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Bananas improve digestion and may help regulate blood pressure Juliette Kellow and Dr Sarah Brewer Everyone should aim to eat between three and four bananas every week, according to dietitian Juliette Kellow and nutritionist Dr Sarah Brewer. They contain potassium, which helps to lower blood pressure, and could even reduce the chances of developing kidney cancer, they claimed.
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Enjoy three to four bananas a week. This is converted into serotonin in the brain.
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How to live longer: Bananas and afib could lower kidney cancer risk and prevent high blood pressure Image: GETTY Images The best way to live a healthy life is to eat at least five portions of fruit and vegetables every bananas and afib, and to do plenty of exercise. Regular exercise is a crucial aspect to improving overall health, and helping you to live longer.
People that do regular exercise are up to 50 per cent less bananas and afib to develop type 2 diabetes and some cancers, said the NHS. It may even slash the chances of coronary heart disease and stroke by up to 35 per cent.
All UK adults should aim for at least minutes of moderate-intensity activity every week. Related articles.