3 Foods That Are High In Potassium (Volume 1)
What was the first food you thought about when you saw the word “Potassium”?
It was a banana, wasn’t it?
Just like oranges, bananas are so well known that people actually know one of the primary benefits of eating them.
And that’s exactly why the first volume of our potassium food listing did not include them.
You see, our job is to try and educate you, and that can’t happen if we’re telling you things you already know, like bananas are great for increasing potassium in your body. However…
…what you may not know is why potassium is so important to the human body.
See, our bodies need potassium to help with maintaining both normal blood pressure levels and fluid balance, and allowing our muscles to contract.*
But that’s probably not why you should thank potassium for existing inside of you.
You should thank potassium for helping to keep your heart beating regularly.* You know, the thing that keeps you alive? Lol.
It also potentially helps both reduce your risk of kidney stones and, as you age, decrease bone loss.*
So, as you can see, potassium is important to not just your overall health and well-being, but to the longevity of them as well.
This is why we made the video shown below. It contains foods that are high in potassium, but taste pretty good, too.
So go ahead and click on the video to watch it now and see their details.
Then go here to access amazing resources, including additional nutrient-rich foods, delicious recipes, and more, that will aid tremendously in your weight loss and healthy lifestyle journeys!
* Source: University of Michigan Health
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