The Evidence-Based Health Book by Gary Null discusses the evidence-based benefits of bananas for heart health. It is a book that I had not read until fairly recently. This is a very good book and will certainly provide inspiration to those who have been looking for better ways to eat their bananas. It talks about how bananas are a great source of potassium, beta-carotene, vitamin A, vitamin B-complex, vitamin C, fiber, potassium, vitamins B-6 and E, niacin, phosphorus, selenium, thiamine, lysine, niacin, pantothenic acid, inositol, and folic acid. It also mentions how consuming at least four bananas daily is necessary to meet dietary needs for calcium.
The book then goes on to list all of the good things that bananas contain. In addition to all of these benefits mentioned above, it also lists other things that banana is good for. It mentions that bananas contain potassium, is a good source of fiber, aids in digestion, good source of carbohydrates, has good amount of calcium, aids in maintaining healthy blood pressure, helps prevent cardiovascular diseases, has a protective effect against cancer, and aids in weight loss. This is a nice book to give to people who want to lose weight and especially for women who are trying to lose weight. There are also portions for pregnant women and young children.
The next section of the book lists some of the things you need to eat if you want to get the most out of the evidence-based health benefits of bananas. The first thing is that you should eat at least a hundred grams of bananas per day. The next thing is that you should eat the bananas directly as they are or instead of using a banana mash. If you mash them you miss out on all of the fiber, potassium, fiber, vitamins and phytochemicals that are naturally found in the fruit. You will get all of those things if you just eat the bananas.
The third thing that the evidence-based health benefits of bananas contains information about how the banana is a good source of fiber. It says that the banana is a good source of dietary fiber which is needed because our intestines are not able to absorb fiber very well. Bananas are rich in fiber and should be a big part of the diet if you want to maintain healthy digestive tract health.
The fourth thing that the Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Bananas contains information about how bananas are a good source of antioxidants. The banana is a natural source of antioxidants that can help you prevent disease as well as keep your heart healthy. It has about twenty times more antioxidants than strawberries, more than grapes, more than blueberries, and even more than red grapes. So you can see that bananas are one of the best foods that you can eat to maintain good cardiovascular health.
The fifth thing that the evidence-based health benefits of bananas includes information about how the banana is a good source of potassium. Potassium is a mineral that is important for regulating blood pressure. Blood pressure is important for a variety of different diseases including atherosclerosis and heart health. So this is also information that could save your life. So if you suffer from hypertension, or just want to keep your blood pressure in normal range, then you might want to eat some bananas.