If you’re not a picky eater, and you go bananas for bananas, then what better way to get in your daily levels of potassium than to dig into a slice of banana cake? Chances are you won’t find a tastier solution.
Much like banana bread, banana cake is best made with over-ripened bananas, which help to add moisture to the bread of the cake. Bananas are low in sodium, which may be of use for people suffering from hypertension, but high in potassium, which also helps hypertension patients by decreasing blood pressure. As a result, supplementing a few bananas into your life might help to give you so much energy that everyone is bound to think you’ve gone bananas!
If you or a loved one is suffering from severe heart palpitations, or chronic high blood pressure, try some of these recipes for a long term fix. It may take a while to correct such concerns, but the potential health benefits of bananas are undeniable.
Although the exact origin of bananas remains a foggy mystery, many recent studies suggest that banana were traced back to Papua New Guinea around 5,000 B.C.E., inferring that people have been consuming bananas for many years. However, despite the fact that bananas are no recent addition to human beings, the first recorded use of bananas in baking wasn’t documented until 1933.
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