Bananas Lower Risk Of Stroke

Banana is a fruit that contains potassium which is a mineral that stabilize the heart beat, brain, and other important physiological processes. But recently researchers found eating bananas can lower the risk of stroke. Researchers found that people who consume less potassium can increase the risk of stroke by 28 percent compared with people who consume enough potassium.

The potassium found in bananas is a high 400 mg. Recommended levels is around 2,300 mg of potassium per day. While that is often found, people only consume about 1,500 mg of potassium per day.

Potassium is associated with blood pressure and could be the key as potassium could relax the blood vessels so that it can prevent high blood pressure and also helps remove sodium from the blood. People who consume potassium can replace sodium that can lower blood pressure, which help reduced stroke.

Because the risk of stroke is not affected by blood pressure alone, it’s better to consume potassium and also lead a healthy lifestyle.

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