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“The nutrients in bananas help ensure your heart is always in top working condition,” says Professor Mark Houston

by , 23 May 2014

If you don't eat bananas because the latest weight loss fad says they make you fat, you might be missing out on a wide variety of heart healthy nutrients!

Clinical Professor, Mark Houston, of Vanderbilt Medical School, says they're one of the best foods to eat to ward off heart problems.

While they're low in salt, carbs and are fat-free, bananas are still quite high in calories. In fact, a typical medium-sized banana contains as many as 110 calories. But this shouldn't be the reason you don't eat them! They're high in fibre, potassium, B vitamins and many other minerals and vitamins that are essential for your health. It's the combination of these and the low salt content that makes them a necessary part of your heart healthy diet.

Here's how to keep heart problems at bay and keep your weight in check, all while still eating delicious bananas…

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Add bananas to your daily diet to prevent heart problems 

Eat one medium-sized banana to reap the health benefits for your heart every day. And you don’t even have to eat them as they come either! They’re so versatile; you can eat them in many different forms:
 
·         Cut pieces of banana into your cereal or oats.
·         Have a healthy banana split for dessert. Use one medium-sized banana cut in half, but instead of ice cream and chocolate sauce, add Greek yoghurt and cinnamon for a creamy, delicious but healthy treat.
·         You can even add bananas to curry dishes for extra flavour!
·         Add dehydrated banana chips to salads for a sweet and crunchy texture.
 
Bottom line: Eat bananas to improve your health and prevent heart problems without being afraid to put on weight!
 
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