This will happen to your arteries if you take two veggies a day

Recent research has shown that eating bananas helps prevent heart attacks and stroke, given the potassium content.

Researchers at the University of Alabama at the University of Alabama have found that the high level of potassium in bananas prevents arteries from shrinking and prevents constipation.

According to the newspaper "Independent" British, the researchers conducted an experiment on the mouse was supplied with potassium, the researchers discovered that the more the potassium slightly narrowed the arteries of the mouse, but when supplied with doses, his arteries become less rigid.

But eating too much bananas may also be harmful, as it can lead to stomach disease as well as nausea and diarrhea.

Health experts recommend that humans get 3.500 milligrams of potassium every day, which can get a quarter of a person eating two veggies a day, and other foods rich in minerals such as potatoes, fish and chicken.