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10 Potassium-Rich Foods #1 Daikon Radishes 2027mg per ½ cup (58g) Dried daikon radishes, commonly referred to as Oriental radishes, are a potassium powerhouse. There are so many reasons you need to make sure you consume an adequate amount of potassium-rich foods daily. An important electrolyte, potassium is also the third most abundant mineral in the body.

It interacts with sodium to perform a number of important functions every single day, such as balancing fluids and mineral levels within the body. Many fresh fruits and vegetables are rich in potassium: Bananas, oranges, cantaloupe, honeydew, apricots, grapefruit (some dried fruits, such as prunes, raisins, and dates, are also high in. To help you boost your intake of potassium, here are ten foods that are rich in potassium.

1. Bananas. The daily recommended amount of potassium for an adult is 4,700mg and it is slightly higher for breastfeeding women at 5,100mg. That means, that you should be thinking about the potassium that is contained in every meal. Lentils, kidney beans and also split peas rich in potassium too, and they all come with other benefits as well.

For example, beans protect your heart and are stuffed with fibre. Beans are versatile and can be added to any number of dishes. Potassium is an essential dietary mineral that helps regulate critical body functions. The key to getting enough of this nutrient is to incorporate a good range of plant-based foods into your diet. References; 15 foods that pack more potassium than a banana – Healthline; 14 potassium-rich foods you need to be eating – Verywellfit.

Now that you know all of the foods high in potassium you need to add to your diet, watch out for more silent signs you aren’t getting enough nutrients. Originally Published:March 0. Maintaining a balanced diet and eating foods rich in potassium can help provide us with a range of vitamins and minerals that help assure both a sound physical and mental health. Potassium is a mineral that is stored in the body’s electrolytes, which aid in the body’s growth process. Eating yogurt often, and pairing it with other potassium rich foods like fresh peaches or apricots will help you reach your nutrition goals.

Mushrooms Shiitake mushrooms will help you get about 9% of your recommended value, and portabella will get you roughly 15%. 9 Foods to Avoid When Your Potassium Is Too High. 1. Potatoes. A simple baked potato contains 925 mg of potassium. (For reference, anything over 300 mg per serving is considered a very high 2. Bananas. Most people know that bananas are a potassium-rich food.

In fact, that’s one reason why many.

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Major vegetable sources of potassium are potatoes and spinach, although cereal and dairy products, which have a lower potassium content but are consumed in large quantities, are also important dietary sources.

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by Susan A. Lanham-New, Thomas R. Hill, et. al.
Wiley, 2019

Meat, fish, eggs, milk and dairy products and wholegrain cereals also provide significant amounts of potassium and intake may need to be regulated on potassium-restricted regimens (see Section 4.13, Renal disease).

“Manual of Dietetic Practice” by Briony Thomas, Jacki Bishop
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by Briony Thomas, Jacki Bishop
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Cereals are relatively poor sources of potassium.

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Potassium: Bananas, citrus fruit, meat, fish, peanut butter, potatoes, and coca Cola c.

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Patients should be instructed to avoid foods that have a high content of potassium (e.g., bananas, oranges, dried fruits, nuts, potatoes, chocolate) and to limit their total intake of potassium to less than 2000 mg/day.

“Primer on Kidney Diseases E-Book” by Arthur Greenberg
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by Arthur Greenberg
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2009

The richest dietary sources of potassium are unprocessed foods, fruits (especially bananas, berries, citrus fruits and juices, guava, kiwi, figs, melons, and dried fruits), and some vegetables (tomatoes, potato, sweet potato, asparagus, broccoli, carrots, corn, mushroom, spinach, and summer squash).

“Nutrition and Diet Therapy Reference Dictionary” by Rosalinda T. Lagua, Virginia S. Claudio
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by Rosalinda T. Lagua, Virginia S. Claudio
Springer Netherlands, 1996

These foods are not good food sources of potassium.

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Foods such as oranges, bananas, spinach, tomatoes, potatoes, dried fruits, and nuts are high in potassium, and juices from these foods can be especially potassium rich.

“Washington Manual® General Internal Medicine Consult” by Thomas Ciesielski
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by Thomas Ciesielski
Wolters Kluwer Health, 2016

Answer: 3 Rationale: Cantaloupe, spinach, and strawberries are high-potassium foods and average 7 mEq per serving.

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2013

Sources of potassium include fruit and fruit juices (bananas, melons, oranges, apricots, dates, raisins, prunes); nuts and sunflower seeds; fresh and frozen vegetables; fresh fish, beef, ham, chicken, or turkey; eggs; and processed foods.

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  • Don’t forget salt.. Himalayan or Celtic salt has 84 minerals..save your heart heath and keep your insulin in line..learn more. Dr. Dinicolantonio…or go to Dr. Ken Berry on YouTube..if a doc tells you to keep your salt intake down..well that’s like saying don’t breath today…three things that matter to your body..water..air and salt…not table salt.

  • Whats the best type of “Potassium”. Chloride, phosphate, bicarbonate, gluconate, citrate, aspartate and orotate. I looked al over google cant find anything

  • high salt/NA does not raise BP that a myth. high salt reduces K but for NA-K pump you need both.
    Lowcarb/keto diet requires added salt 12g or 4.5gNA. Your video is misleading however there is huge benefits of high levels of K for Electrolytes.

  • Hello Dr. I would really like to book one to one with you and really ask some burning health questions. I have followed your advice and I like a lot of your concepts and have leaned a lot from you. I am quite healthy but I I want to take health to the next level and I just feel like it would be really beneficial for me to learn a bit more and achieve optimal health.:) ❤️

  • Somehow I didn’t catch this information before I was stricken with all the symptoms and hypertension. Nutrition deficiencies are very real. Up the vegetables and fruits and greens, eliminate the salty foods.

  • How did the banana get the reputation of such a great source of potassium. It never fails. Someone will prescribe bananas for my muscle cramps

  • I suffer from peripheral neuropathy in my legs & feet, I was advised not to consume leafy vegetables as they were high on n Potassium!

  • Try kayexalate these doctors don’t want you to know about If you have kidney problems you also vitamin D three 4000 to 5000 international units daily vitamin K 2 and every two weeks take activated charcoal I will keep your heart healthy

  • Great info and well done. I would not be afraid to advocate a whole food, plant based diet for people who eat a lot of vegetables but aren’t getting the result they want. Perhaps dropping the meat, fish, dairy, and eggs could be what results in significant changes on the positive side of health for that person who had tried everything. I heard on another video that potassium could help with restless leg syndrome. I shoot for at least 4700mg of potassium from food and it does seem to be helping my sleep. Of course, the sleep disorder industry doesn’t want to hear that. I will also add that you will never know what your micros (vitamins and minerals), omega-3/6, and macros (protein [to include your EAAs], carbs, fats) unless you track it. For example, Cronometer will let you know exactly what you are eating and that can allow one to adjust their diet to obtain or exceed the recommended daily allowance of all the nutrients required to live life to the max. It’s like looking at all the gauges for your body so that you can make adjustments to what you eat.

  • Hi, college Dr in Nutrition science here. I can see you have been under bad nutrition for a long time (12 years) by looking at the teeth. And overweight. Little collagen in the skin and hair quality (drawback).

    All fruits have sugar in it. And we know all fruits and vegetables also have glucose and that’s also sugar. You should limit the amount of sugar you eat because of sugar blocks the nutrition uptake of Vitamin C, B1, Potassium, and Magnesium. This makes you get a hormonal unbalance. High blood pressure and high insulin, maybe Insulin Resistance because of the sugar in those fruits and vegetables. Have you looked up your Vitamin D levels and Glucose levels in the blood or Polymorphism?

    As a doctor, I would recommend you to look up Gluconeogenesis and see how that mechanism we have in the cells and how it make glucose from fat. That is why sugar in our diet is irrelevant to human consumption. It only drives BS up and Insulin. Insulin also drives up Cortisol (stress hormone) that keeps your body for burning fat. Overweight are insulin resistance. This also lovers the Vitamin D your body can take up because of the VDReseptor get bad and fail when insulin blocks its ability.

    Met if it is grass-fed is healthy, and you should eat at least 400-500g a day with fatty muscle meat (70% fat/20% proteins) to get the nutrition the body needs. And you need the fat too because there are the nutrients. But you need Omega 3 DHA and EPA in right ratio too. This you only find in chickens fed a natural diet and free-range outside. Those fed corn and soy are too high in omega 6 (16:1) and it should be (1:1) and that is the eggs from grass-fed chickens that have been outside in the sun most of the days. Then 2-3 egg �� a day including the meat, and you are complete. If you eat fish, you get all the nutrition you need including omega fatty acids in the right ratio of the fish is from a clean source of water with low heavy metals.

    Anyway mate, you have some nutrition science to study. None of the plants will give you any or propper nutrition because the sugar blocks it. And they cause you diseases with the phytates, oxalates, and anti-nutrients that ways down the good. Sorry mate, but you are not informed correctly on nutrition.

    The best way to prevent IR is to fast. Maybe OMAD One Meal a Day or let the body rest for at least 20 a day where you only eat one-two meals a day. This way you learn the body to become Insulin sensitivity again. If not it have gone too fat. Are you on Diabetic medications you should not be a long time in ketosis because of the medications?

    Fasting is the fastest way to do the reversing of this condition. But you can always go like 14 days with only water to fast like I did to take a longer time to let the body to heal. You will lose the hungry feeling after day 2-3 because then the ketones become more concentrated and you don’t notice so often that you are hungry. Unless the regular times you normally eat. Or look up Dr. Erik Berg DC on keto, Bart Kay on nutrition Science and Dr. Sten Ekberg on nutrition too.

    Good luck on your journey.

  • Wheat is the worst food humans can eat so if you want to raise your potassium levels eat low carb/non grain sources like sweet potatoes, swiss chard, leafy greens (radish leaves, beets leaves), brussel sprouts, cod, tuna, brazil nuts, pecans, prunes, broccoli, mushrooms, peas, cucumbers, zucchini, red meat etc

  • Investigating how an adult can get 4.7 grams K/day…12 bananas or 8 baked potatoes or 300 gms soybeans. So, if most people don’t eat these things daily, why do the experts say K deficiency is RARE?

  • what about people who are on prescription drugs that deplete minerals like potassium but also have had kidney issues? how do you go about getting what you need to stay healthy?

    & RIPOFF!

  • Very Inspirational! I think I’ll make Huevos Rancheros with fresh Guacamole for brunch today… yummy potassium…. ooh and roasted mini potatoes with my chicken…. or Veggie Hash… Chopped potatoes, carrots, zucchini, squash…pan fry in olive oil, then add a little red onion and bell pepper and…..Creole seasoning!… also good for brunch with a fried egg or two

  • Consuming high protein fron meat isnt unhealthy. People assume that just because someone is a doctor they know everything including nutrition. Stick to your speciality

  • Hello sir my potassium is little high…but still I have all these problem like high BP, constipation, dizziness, muscle pain…plz suggest what to do

  • Thank you, I really appreciate you reiterating the importance of ingesting potassium and through our food and natural means versus supplements or pharmaceuticals.

  • You don’t even say have how much potassium we should have each day. And Kale is number 1 not Avocados. research before you say and your a doctor?

  • Vince!!!! DATES! How could you forget our date?! Lol dates have over 1,100 mg of potassium per cup… Now that’s a LOT of dates but I could eat a cup of dates over a cup of Lima beans any day! ��

  • I think I almost died from Hyperkalemia:( Now I’m scared to eat potassium. I love avacados and would eat like 2-3 a day. I eat a healthy diet, tons of potassium. But I use himalayan salt on everything too. I’d assume I balance out my electroylytes fairly well. I’ve been feeling nauseous and fatigued for like a week. Not sleeping well, and sometimes waking up with my heart beating fast. I work night shifts and think maybe nightshifts are just messing up my horomones or something:( someone help lol.

  • Dr. Darren Schmidt, also on You Tube, says we should eat mostly meat to repair heart problems. Red meat is especially good for repairing the heart.

  • meat mostly meat is potassium those fruits are mostly better carbs but sugar,those vegetables men made are somewhat good but ain’t gona give you much potassium

  • I cup cooked spinach 839 mg, 1 medium baked sweet potato 542 mg, 1 medium baked pork 926 mg, 1 cup cooked beets 518 mg of potassium, 1 cup cooked Swiss chard 961 mg, 1 cup cooked black beans 801 mg, 1 cup cooked navy beans 708mg, 1 cup cooked edamame 676 mg, 1 cup baked butternut squash 582mg, 1/2 an avocado has 487 mg, 1 med stalk of broccoli 527mg,1 cup coconut water 600milligrams, 1 cup of cantaloupe 427 mg, 1 cup of slice apricots 427 mgs, 1 cup of orange juice 496 mg,1 cup of tomato puree 1098 mg, 1 cup acorn squash cooked 644mg, 1 cup cooked white mushrooms 555 mg, 1 cup parsnips 499 mg, 1 cup of large lime beans 955 mg.

  • Potato produces high glucose level which leaches out the potassium it contains. I disagree about eating potatoes for potassium.
    I am a licensed dietary endocrinologist.

  • i have kidney failure and doing dialysis..im currently taking potassium pills..3 pills 3 times a day..and my doctor ask me to eat food high in potassium..can u suggest which food i can take?

  • Allright, I will leave a comment. You neglected to say that the highest item in potassium content is the almond. Just to let you know, check it out.

  • Thank you doctor. I have hypokalemia and having too much carbohydrates causes problems could you recommend me some high potassium and low carbs meals?:-) Thank you again ��

  • I am atkins dieting and avacado and spinnach is all I can have right now. How strong of a magnesium and potassium supplement should I take or what other atkins friendly foods could I take?

  • Dr Axe, thank you for making these videos, they have really helped me a lot. I was having problems but they have gotten better, I had leaky guy and thanks to your recommendations a lot of my symptoms are gone.

  • Yes, all these foods are good sources of potassium. However, if you are a renal patient (such as someone on dialysis), you have to avoid these foods. Tomato products for example are dangerous. A fresh tomato is bad, but tomato sauce is worse and tomato paste is the worst because when the product is condensed the potassium goes up. And there are many other foods that have high potassium levels. Reading labels can help but not always. Just a few tips from someone whose husband was on dialysis for 3 years.

  • Minerals come from the soil and many of our souls are and have been depleted of minerals they’re never checked or renewed I live and work in farm country.

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  • According to My Fitness Pal I get more than the minimum potassium recommendations per day but I still experience most of the symptoms listed here. What might be the reason? I am a raw vegan btw!

  • Minerals arent produced by plants they are something that has to be up taken by the soil.. so tell me how a Dry fruit can have more Potassium than a fresh fruit? Removing water would seem to partially remove some nutrients.. and would just concentrate sugars and minerals.

  • can also use potassium chloride salt instead of normal sodium chloride salt. Most grocery stores have potassium salt as an alternative for people who avoid high sodium diets.

  • This video is so so well done. Subscribed half way through. I can eat beans, bananas, peanuts and raw carrots seven days a week literally! I’ll add lentil soup to that. Maybe that helps explain why my blood pressure has been the lowest normal for so any years at 90/60. Many people gasp at that but don’t wake me up, I am happily healthy especially since in my large family, most of them have up to 200 systolic blood pressure and drop dead from it. I need to watch this video again.

  • Ideally, a list in order of foods that provide potassium that influence low rates of insulin increase. Potatoes and bananas are among the highest % in terms of spiking insulin.

  • EXCEPT you didn’t mention leafy greens rocket, brotes, canonigo, cress etc. which according to many people are the no. 1 source of potassium and bananas are a shit food and a lot of meat is perfectly healthy

  • Thanx a lot Dr….now I know what to buy when I’ll go grocery shopping bcoz I always have cramps in my legs after exercise and at night when I go to sleep…GOD BLESS YOU

  • What about tons of sugar in those dried sweet fruit and bananas? You gotta eat ton of them with ton of sugar in them to get any reasonable quantity of potassium or actually any other important minerals.

  • What about raw spinach & raw beets just found a new declious salad bar at Jason deli restaurant all I can eat & all organic I get spinach mixed greens mushrooms grape tomatoes red & yellow bell peppers purple onion peas broccoli mixed nuts pumpkin seeds raisins and dried cherries walnuts artichoke hearts peas apple slices dill pickles beets in the shape a golf ball baby carrots some times I get the not to spicy red bell pepper hummus for my dressing. Try to eat what I can afford on my budget gotta last a whole month just curious I try to do some research but google didn’t help try to find out if the 2 pack whole wheat club crackers are vegan or not they have those at Jason deli restaurant.

  • I have to say this is pretty much all common sense. Much of the healthier fresh foods mentioned I already eat and the bad processed foods I don’t. You don’t need supplements. Over loading your body with trace elements, vitamins and minerals through supplements can make you ill. A balanced healthy diet will give all the trace elements, minerals and vitamins you need.

  • Probably this is why i feel so much alive, as a professional athlete, cuz i switch to plant based diet, simply didn’t have enough potassium in me…!

  • Thanks for this info. I started a Keto way of eating 1 1/2 months ago. Had my annual physical. Found out I have high blood pressure. Don’t know if it was high before. I’ve researched and I may be potassium deficient. I’ve lost 30 lbs and I want to keep it up. I’ve been intermittent fasting too, but it looks like that’s not good for high blood pressure.

  • I bought 1kg of KCl and use up to 10 g of the salt a day to water as well as to cooked meat. And no vegs AT ALL. Dislike to the video.

  • none oof the source, except potatoes, in the video should be tered as good source of potassium. you need to eat 12 bananas a day to get your potassium which is not only impossible for an average person but also too expensive.

  • Please help me, someone…

    My upper arm has been twitching a lot in the last 15 hours… I’ve tried stretching it and tensing it before relaxing, as well as putting a warm and cold wet towel on it. I can’t see it moving when it twitches. It twitches roughly 3 times every 15 seconds in bursts of about 30 minutes. Please tell me what this is and how to get rid of it, and also if it’s anything I should be worried about. I’ve done some research but not found much…


  • Another ‘doctor’ popping up. Seems to be working on YouTube. They are popping out of the ground like… put doctor before your name.

  • Hi Doc, I’m hoping you will do a program on skin issues and some of the things we can for it’s improvement. Specifically breakouts dark blotches.

  • I do avocado + low fat milk + extra virgin olive oil + extra virgin coconut oil + date syrup smoothie for my breakfast. Turns out my blood pressure reduced a lot, and i feel less hunger ��

  • It must have been only when I had that stomachs virus my potassium levels were to low because I enjoy so many foods with potassium accept avocado in fact when you can’t purchase it in the stores I like spinach in my sandwhiches.

  • Dr. Axe I have a question about “maple water”  I am reading a lot about it. The spring time sap from maple tree’s…
    not water mixed with maple syrup.. Can you help with any details? Thank you..   Also I thought Water melon had a lot of potassium, maybe not as much as the top 10..?

  • Well green Loma bean are nasty..but regular Loma beans and ham are terrific, spinach is great..bananas..and with the strong pesticides that go through the paint on your car I would not recommend eating the skin on a potato.

  • Thanks for that really great information
    What about other vitamins and condiments for a well balanced nutritious meal
    Thank you for your video

  • 1. Can you publish evidentiary citations? Your bananas, for example, are 25% higher potassium Than other documentation I’ve seen.
    2. Tilapia is garbage fish farm raised and feeding off land animal feces.
    3. Not much here to chew on (pun intended) for the diabetic or Keto enthusiast.

    Otherwise a solid, informative presentation….

  • A friendly suggestion. Please work on your tonality and vocal chord control. It’s really irritating to the point I rather skip your beneficial information.

  • My BP had slowly creeped up to 140/90. For 5 months I saw to it that I had 5000 mg Potassium per day with diet and supplements. In addition I cut salt intake. Sure enough BP returned to 119/81.

  • The issue with the American diet is that too many Americans eat insane amounts of salt while having a potassium deficient diet. Most Americans therefore suffer from hypertension, which leads to heart disease.
    What a shame!

  • Many people say that if you take a potassium pill, you feel it right away. It usually mess with your heart. Is there truth(s) to that?

    They say you can’t just pop a potassium pill the way you pop a vitamin D supplement. Or the way you normally pop a multi-vitamin pill or magnesium pill.

    They say a potassium supplement will make you feel it… Just curious why that is..

  • I m get hipokalemia for 3 months and still goes on. Can u tell me what the main cause of hipokalemia with happend again n agai? What s that i need check to know the cause?

  • I bet you that it’s not that rare. Doctor s do not check bc they are made to believe that it is rare that there are any nutritional deficiencies. Yet they do not study nutrition and no nothing about it so they dismiss symptoms.

  • Tons of info and gets straight to the point. I love it sending love from my family to you and yours thank you for this righteous content.

  • I’m allergic to bananas, so I’m trying to find more substitutes other than potatoes. I love potatoes, but I don’t want to eat them every meal.

  • Does low potassium levels if taking too many mg of furosemide cause sweating, fever, and vomiting? I’m on a once a day timed released tablet. If I take another potassium dose in the evening would that hurt? And should you ever break the tablet in half? Thanks

  • How is it possible that kale is not mentioned? I have a bag of frozen chopped kale in my freezer which says that one cup has 3500 mg of potassium. That’s pretty darn high how come it’s not on your list. Don’t you watch Dr. Berg… He is constantly saying throw a cup of kale in a smoothie for the potassium

  • I know they have sugar but how about Fig Newton’s are the fig content in these nutritional to the point that they provide good amounts of potassium?

  • Thank you this is very helpful because I have something called gitelman syndrome and have to take a lot of potassium and magnesium supliments

  • V8 juice low sodium has about 900 mg of potassium even the small Canon has a lot which I buy at Amazon by the case I don’t eat enough vegetables and this seems to do it
    I also buy my Saltair the brand name is NOW Call no no salt. It’s actually potassium instead of salt. I love it I put it on everything

  • I am so going to have a talk with my Doctor and the Nutritionist about getting off some if not all of these freakin pills since I learn about this low potassium thing. Cause if it is the reason my blood pressure is high then it should change with eating natural potassium.

  • I eat all these foods, so i must be full of potassium! It’s quite surprising how many problems arise from low minerals in the body, especially potassium and magnesium. Conditions like palpitations, peripheral neuropathy, sleep problems/ insomnia, high blood pressure to name a few, and these are all really prevalent today.

  • Thanks a lot. My daugther is suffering with nausea in six month labouring. Many say that is natural to have nausea at that time, but I have been plundering about if she have a lack Of something, may be magnesium. Now I think it could be that she schould increase her Potassium Intake. ��������

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  • we have been lied to by our government about the food pyramid and healthy eating, coupled with food buying assistance from the government which relates to buying lots of jink food. we are our own worst enemies sometimes

  • Vince, you are literally the only Channel that I will watch the ads on because I think it helps you out. I absolutely love your videos!

  • Don’t stop moving your arms & hands Vince, It’s your signature. With the camera lens you use, your sunglasses and your look, you’re rocking an 80s UK ska vibe to me. I like it. I’ve been subbed since your beginnings but I think this is the first time I’ve commented. I see other youtubers becoming polished and soul less once they start pleasing everyone & it gets boring.

  • doctor axe can you help me out how should i take aswagandha for reduce hair fall u said to take 500 mg per day but for how much time should i take tht for 1 month or soo? waiting for your rply help me out??!

  • Dear Dr. Andras I have hypokalemia and live in Bangladesh. What are some other foods i can eat? I have become much despondent over Current state and cant seem to live a better life

  • Bone broth I would not do myselfbut I very particular about what I eatCome from a long line of (siblings) Diabetics, (father had it), all are obese, I am not. I am the only one in the large family who is not obese. All have DiabeticsI DO NOT.

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  • My mother is on a doctor’s orders low potassium diet. She also suffers from leg cramps. I bought her a magnesium supplement and it has cured her cramps. I am just asking if the magnesium supplement will have any negative effect on her potassium levels. Many thanks

  • 1.Bananas
    2.White Beans
    3.Potatoes/Sweet Potatoes
    4.Tomato Sauce
    5.Oranges/Orange Juices
    8.Coconut Water

  • I am chronically deficient in it even though I eat these foods. I supplement still with an electrolyte supplement that is higher than average in K. Thank you for this video!