When you eat banana it tastes like chocolate, but when you drink it you can taste a lot of sugar and salt.

Now, a new study suggests you should probably avoid eating it altogether because it’s actually unhealthy.

The National Banana Council says bananas contain high levels of fructose and a lot more of the nutrient beta-carotene than most other fruits and vegetables.

In fact, the study found bananas contain up to 80 percent more beta-Carotene and up to 50 percent more vitamin A than red meat.

In a recent study, a team of scientists looked at the fructose levels in more than 100 fruit and vegetables, and found that the vast majority of them contain more than half a gram per kilogram.

They also found that most of the fruits and veggies they tested had a high degree of beta-carbon tannins, a compound that is toxic to humans and has been linked to cancer.

“These tannin compounds are responsible for the high levels in many fruits and many vegetables, including bananas,” says lead researcher Jessica Mazzocchi, a doctoral student at the University of Pennsylvania.

“They are present in a high concentration in the skins, and it’s important to understand what they are, and how they are generated, to avoid adverse health effects.”

The study looked at more than a dozen fruits and vegetable varieties that are grown in the United States, and the researchers found the levels of beta carbon tannos in many of them were higher than those found in bananas.

In some cases, it was as high as 70 percent.

“Bananas are the world’s most consumed fruit and the world leader in fruit consumption, so they are also among the top three food groups in the world,” says Mazzucchi.

“Bananas contain a lot higher amounts of beta carotene, so these are important factors for human health.”

The team also found fruits and greens that are low in beta carotinin, a nutrient found in the body that protects us against oxidative stress.

But, the researchers say, that vitamin A deficiency in the fruits was probably the most important factor driving the increased levels of these toxins in these fruits.

“We found that these foods also contained high levels and that these compounds have a long-term toxic effect on our health,” Mazzacchi says.

“And if you are eating fruits and eating these fruits, the most likely source is from the animal that produced them.”

So, what can you do about it?

The scientists suggest that eating these foods in moderation is the best way to minimize the impact of these tanno-like compounds.

Mazzaccini recommends drinking at least one banana a day.

The researchers also recommend that people limit their use of fruits that contain beta caro, a substance that is made in the liver, and eat other fruits with less beta caratins, like citrus fruits, apricots, apples, peaches and plums.