"Bananas are an excellent source of potassium. Many Chronic Pancreatitis patients find themselves with low potassium levels which can be dangerous because low potassium levels can cause many symptoms, some lethal.
However (high potassium) bananas need to be eaten BEFORE
they begin to spot. Spotting signifies the sugar in bananas
is turning into alcohol and alcohol.
Even small amounts, is toxic to the pancreas. Over-ripe,
spotted bananas can cause Acute pancreatitis in those who
suffer from chronic pancreatitis...
Grab a ripe banana (one full of spots) peel it and sniff.
You can smell the alcohol. This also means that any
food prepared with over ripe bananas (those with spots) such
as fruit salad that contains bananas, banana:
bread/cream-pie/pudding etc. could be your next invitation
to acute pancreatitis...
Eat bananas when the peel still shows some green or there
are absolutely ZERO spots. Do NOT eat anything prepared with
bananas that you didn't prepare after first inspecting the
bananas used in the food."