Eat A Avocado And A Banana Every Day And See The Benefits On Your Body

Fruits are part of the food we consume with a lot of pleasure. But did you know that in addition to their unique taste, freshness and nutr...

Fruits are part of the food we consume with a lot of pleasure. But did you know that in addition to their unique taste, freshness and nutrients essential for good health, some fruits can even improve the health of your heart and protect you from heart attacks?

A study of mice at the University of Alabama published in JCI Insight found that if we ate a banana and a avocado every day, we protect ourselves from heart disease, specifically, atherosclerosis ( appearance of atheroma plaques). In addition, regular consumption of these two fruits would reduce the risk of total or partial blockage of the arteries, which often requires surgery. According to the same study, the potassium contained in these foods protects against vascular calcification, one of the complications of kidney disease and cardiovascular disorders.

The study found that mice that consumed foods with high levels of potassium had significantly softer arteries. While those who consumed small amounts of potassium had much more rigid arteries. It's the same for us. When we eat foods high in potassium, the symptoms of arterial stiffness (considered as the precursor to cardiovascular problems) decrease.

Indeed, the rigidity of the arteries causes the heart to work harder to pump blood into the body to meet the needs of the body. In addition, there are other diseases that a lack of potassium could cause:
  • Heart disease
  • Stroke (stroke)
  • Metabolic syndrome
  • Chronic kidney disease (CKD)
  • Hypertension

What is calcification?

Calcification is an accumulation of calcium in tissues, organs or blood vessels. It is characterized by the thickening of the arteries and their loss of elasticity. Atherosclerosis is another condition that relates to the deposition of fatty plaques and cholesterol in the arteries, causing a narrowing of the latter.

In 2009, a study called "Vascular Calcification: The Cause of Chronic Renal Disease in Patients" showed that vascular calcification is a highly regulated process of osteochondrogenic differentiation of vascular cells.

Less potassium, more risk
It is obvious that potassium plays a crucial role in the fight against arterial calcification and the diseases associated with it. Indeed, the appropriate intake of potassium improves conditions related to kidney disease or metabolic syndrome. In response to the findings of the study, Dr. Mike Knapton of the British Heart Foundation observed that with more research, it would be possible to be able to see if the disease is formed in humans in a similar way and to develop treatments.

Magnesium and potassium: interrelations in health
When it comes to maintaining a healthy heart and proper functioning of the kidneys, nerves, muscles and blood pressure regulation, it is essential to regularly have a sufficient intake of magnesium. The National Academy of Sciences has described it as the "physiological blocker of calcium channels". Magnesium deficiency can cause muscle pain, hypertension, and coronary and cerebral vasospasm. Experts recommend immediately correcting magnesium deficiencies as soon as the symptoms appear (fatigue, eye twitches, anxiety, irregular heart rhythms ...), either by supplementation or by food, and maybe even both.

One study shows that intracellular concentrations of magnesium and potassium are closely correlated is that when you start to ingest enough potassium and magnesium - bananas and avocados would be a good start - the above symptoms can be reversed: blood sugar, better sleep, less stress, improved mitochondrial function.

Banana
In addition to high amounts of potassium, a small banana (about 100 grams) provides a good amount of fiber. Vitamin B6 and vitamin C are also abundant, as are proteins, copper and manganese. Bananas help balance blood sugar levels, maintain a healthy blood pressure level, and reduce the risk of developing kidney stones.

Avocado
A single avocado provides nutrients that have a positive impact on most of the body, but especially the heart and arteries. Fiber is important, as are vitamin C, vitamin K and folate. Here are the main nutrients contained in one avocado and the percentage of daily values:

Fibers: 54%
Folate: 41%
Vitamin C: 33%
Vitamin B6: 26%
Vitamin K: 53%
Pantothenic acid: 28%
Magnesium: 15%
Potassium: 28%
Among other foods rich in magnesium: lemon, spinach, lettuce, broccoli, chocolate, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts ...

Foods rich in potassium: lentils, carrots, apricots, artichokes, oranges ...

Eat A Avocado And A Banana Every Day

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