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Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health: “Superfoods or Superhype?” “Bananas.”
The Mayo Clinic: “Go Bananas for … Bananas.”
Marissa Gutierrez, RD, Arizona Heart 360, Phoenix, AZ.
American Academy of Family Physicians: “BRAT Diet: Recovering From an Upset Stomach.”
Medanta: “Foods to Eat and Avoid When You Have an Upset Stomach.”
San Diego Zoo: “Go Bananas,” “Bananas.”
Kristin Gillespie MS, RD, LD, CNSC, Virginia Beach, VA.
American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: “The Difference Between Bananas and Plantains.”
Mayo Clinic: “Glycemic Index Diet: What's Behind the Claims.”
Dole: “Storing bananas correctly Do’s and don’ts.”
National Public Radio: “Late, But Great, Banana Split Centenary.”
Anaphylaxis Campaign: “Banana.”
Reviewed by Melinda Ratini, DO, MS on November 05, 2020
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