How Much Protein Is In A Banana? Well, that depends on the size of the banana! A small banana (100g) has 1 gram of protein in it. A medium 120g banana has 1.2 grams of protein. Large bananas (136g) have 1.36g protein and extra large (152g) bananas have 1.52 grams of protein. Yes, we’re talking about the peeled (no skin) weight!
With just 1 gram of protein per 100 grams of banana, or 1% by weight, it is clear to see that bananas are far from a good source of protein. You would have to eat 20 bananas to get the same weight quantity of protein as in a small steak. There is no way to get enough of the right type of protein your body needs from bananas!
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