Yes, banana does contains fat, but only 0.3 grams of fat for 100 grams which is negligible.
The calorie content of bananas are low to medium. A small sized (peeled) banana contains about 80 calories. A medium sized banana (6 inches long) contains about 100 calories and a large banana( more than 7 inchs) contains about 115 calories.
Fat deposits in your body can increase from excess calories. This fruit can be included in a low calorie diet.
It has developed a bed reputation because of the carbohydrate content ie. 27 grams for 100 grams. Hence if you are on a fruit diet, bananas can provide the needed energy so that your energy levels do not dwindle. A small sized banana and a glass of milk is a snack.
Bananas may be one of the best fruits to eat when attempting to lose weight. They are full of nutrients for increased energy and vitality. Bananas are also low in calories and fat, plus they have a high water content and potassium levels. A diet high in potassium foods and lower in sodium-loaded processed foods can help reduce water weight.
Nutritionally, bananas have a lot to offer. They have a higher carbohydrate content than most other fruits (by weight), making them a good snack choice for endurance athletes.
They also provide a good source of potassium, which is vital for controlling the body’s fluid balance and regulating heartbeat as well as blood pressure.
They generally not included in carbohydrate restricted diets especially in diabetes.