Potassium Rich Foods For Kidneys!


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Nancy K Gurish

Potassium helps to maintain normal blood pressure, it carries nutrients into the cells and provides support for nerve and muscle function!
Instead of a Recommended Daily Allowance, there is now an adequate intake (AI) rating for nutrients!

Potassium Helps With Blood Pressure!

One potato has 515 mg of potassium, which is 11% of the AI for potassium!

Coconut Water provides 600 mg per cup, which is 13% of the AI.

Coconut Water also is a good source of magnesium, calcium, sodium and manganese!
See my video below about foods that I never eat!

Here is a list of some potassium-rich foods! Don't count on bananas for this job! They are way too high in sugar!

  • Avacados 10% AI
  • Sweet Potatos 12% AI
  • Spinach 12% AI
  • Watermelon 14% AI
  • Coconut Water 13% AI

  • White 18% AI & Black Beans 13%
  • Edamame 15% AI
  • Tomato Paste 10% AI
  • Butternut Squash 12% AI
  • Potatos 11%

  • Dried Apricots 10% AI

Vegetable juices are high in potassium too! ~`
Potassium helps my body to release water that is causing more weight! ~`

Getting the fluid naturally out of the body is healthy for all of our organs!

I will look forward to seeing you at my Facebook Community! ~`
Resource: Healthline: 15 Foods that Pack More Potassium than a Banana

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On Another Note:
A friend of mine explained to me the importance of soaking and chewing apricot kernels.
I've put together a video that explains how to do this and, why you might wish too do this! ~`
if you are using apricot kernels for your health!

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