The banana is one of the world’s most popular drinks, but there’s no telling how it’s made.
For now, we know the drink has a lot of water and sugar, but the answer isn’t entirely clear.
In an interview with the Discovery Channel’s “Crazy” Gal Gadot, a team of researchers discovered the answer in a small cup of water.
The researchers analyzed the chemical composition of the drink, and the answer is banana juice.
The drink is made with water from the seeds of the banana plant.
The fruit has a natural carbonate content that is important in banana liques, which can be made by mixing the juice with water.
Because of the water’s natural carbonation, it is a good drink for people who are sensitive to acidity and acidity-related diseases, the researchers said.
The scientists added that they also found that the banana juice contains a large amount of sugars.
In fact, the team reported that the juice contains an average of 14 grams of sugar per cup.
This is the equivalent of about a large banana.
According to the study, the banana limes have been used for centuries as a sweetener and as a beverage for centuries.
It’s thought that the fruit contains sugar that can be added to food to sweeten it and make it more palatable.
There’s no reason to believe that the bananas are not a source of the sugars that are found in the drink.
In this case, it may be because bananas are one of nature’s most commonly eaten fruits, and bananas are a very good source of fiber.
They’re also a great source of calcium.
In addition to the health benefits, bananas are also a good source for vitamin C, according to the researchers.