There’s a new breed of drink that’s been popping up in bars around the world: bananas.
The fruit, known as passion fruit or juicy fruit, has been a popular option for drinkers for centuries, and there are now dozens of online recipes to make the drink at home.
The drink, which comes in a variety of flavors, is popular in bars, restaurants and cafes, with a handful of brands selling their own versions.
Many of these bars and restaurants also offer bananas to take home, and some even offer banana bars to customers who don’t eat bananas, like the popular K-Mart.
One of the most popular bananas-based cocktails is the Fruit Cocktail, in which a banana-based concoction is mixed with a cocktail of fruits.
Bananas are a superfood, and many nutritionists recommend eating a banana daily, or even every day of the week.
In a new study, researchers at The University of Pennsylvania analyzed data from a survey of over 1,000 people.
Researchers found that people who consume more than 50 bananas per day had higher blood pressure, a higher risk of heart disease and a lower chance of dying in the next year.
There were similar benefits for people who ate fewer than 50 servings per day, but the number of servings per person did not increase significantly.
“Bananas offer a number of health benefits to people, but these benefits are not uniform across all individuals,” lead researcher Jennifer C. McPherson, an assistant professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at Penn, said in a statement.
“This is why we need to explore how these benefits relate to different populations.”
The researchers say there’s no evidence that consuming bananas can be linked to a reduction in the risk of death from heart disease, strokes or diabetes.
Other health benefits include a reduction of stress, lower blood pressure and better sleep.
Bananas can also help you lose weight.
People who consume bananas on a daily basis have a reduced risk of obesity, according to the American Heart Association.
They also have a lower risk of developing diabetes, heart disease or certain types of cancer.
Dr. Michael C. Hu, a professor of preventive medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, said bananas are “one of the foods we should be eating more of.”
“It’s a healthy food that can help you feel good, especially if you’re overweight or obese,” he said.
Some health experts say consuming bananas on an everyday basis can also lead to weight gain.
A study published in the journal Obesity found that consuming a banana as a snack at breakfast or lunch led to a significant increase in weight gain over a two-week period.
It also showed that people were able to control their appetite and eat healthier food at lunch and dinner, which could help them stay on track to lose weight, Dr. Hu said.