This is a very useful tool to understand how much of a banana you are eating.
It will also show you the approximate amount of nutrients a banana contains, as well as the amount of carbohydrates and protein they contain.
For example, if you eat a banana every day for the last three weeks, the calculator will show that you are consuming about 3,500 mg of potassium per 100 grams.
So if you consume about 3200 mg of sodium per day, you are also consuming about 1,600 mg of calcium.
These values can be compared to your daily sodium intake, and it will tell you how much potassium you should be eating.
In this case, it is the potassium that is being eaten, not the other nutrients.
To check your potassium intake, go to www.cdc.gov/nutrientdata/pink.html.
For a detailed nutritional analysis, go here.
In the end, you will know the total amount of potassium you need to eat every day to be healthy.
You can also check your weight and calorie intake.
The calculator will also tell you the percentage of fat in your diet.
It shows that the fat you eat is mainly from carbohydrates, and that you need about 20 grams of fat per day to maintain your weight.
The information is useful for a range of purposes, including when deciding how much to buy new clothes, and when you plan your diet for your future.