Top 10 High Potassium Foods

Potassium

If you are anything like the average Joe, your diet does not contain enough potassium. While his might sound like a nonissue to most people, it is a bigger deal than most think. Low potassium levels are linked with an increase in blood pressure and health issues in general, so getting your potassium levels up can really be a great thing for your body. 

 

This is why we decided to create a list of some of the most potassium-rich foods that you should eat more of and improve your health! 

 

 

This yellow fruit is densely packed with a lot of healthy vitamins and minerals that everyone could take more of! Bananas have a lot of potassium in them, and they are also highly dense in energy making them a great snack for when you are lacking a bit of energy!

  • Spinach

This green veggie popularized by Popeye the sailor man is one of the healthiest veggies you can get your hands on. It’s rich in iron, potassium, and minerals that are important for your everyday health! 

  • Broccoli

Potassium in broccoli

Broccoli is one of the best veggies that you can eat. It contains a lot of Proteins, fibers, vitamin C, vitamin K, iron, and of course, potassium! It can be eaten raw, steamed, boiled, sauteed, or grilled. Try not to overcook it as it gets mushy and loses some of its nutrition that way!

  • Potatoes

Potatoes contain a good amount of carbs and fiber, as well as vitamin C, vitamin B6, potassium, and manganese. The only problem with potatoes is eating too much of them and frying them. Frying will add a lot of fat and calories that you should try to avoid for health reasons!

  • Leafy Greens

When mentioning leafy greens, we think about veggies like romaine, kale, microgreens, cabbage, spinach, collards greens, and others. All of them are highly rich in nutrients such as Vitamin A, C, and K, antioxidants, fiber, magnesium, calcium, iron, and potassium!

  • Fish

Potassium In Fish

Fish is a common healthy food that most people don’t eat enough. Unlike other sorts of meat, fish is rich in omega 3, vitamins D, B2, and others, calcium, phosphorus, and potassium. You don’t have to eat fancy fish to get the benefits, something as simple as tuna from the can be a healthy alternative to most meats!

  • Beans

Beans or legumes that are high in potassium include Lima beans, Pinto beans, Kidney beans, Soybeans, Lentils. These healthy veggies are easily prepared, tasty, and healthy, so include them as much as you can in your regular diet!

  • Nuts

Nuts can be an incredible source of minerals, vitamins, and nutrients. Pretty much every nut is healthy, the only thing that isn’t is the quantity. Try not to eat too much as it might cause some constipation and stomach aches. 

  • Most Meat

Poultry, beef, and pork to some extent can all be healthy if eaten in moderation and prepared in specific ways. Try avoiding frying your food too much so you can preserve some of the nutrients and avoid excessive fats. 

  • Juices

When speaking of juices, we don mean to say soda, but pressed juices from fruit like oranges, tomatoes, prunes, apricots, grapefruit, and others. 

 

Learn more about Pottasium and its benefits here:
Harvard.edu, webMD

Angelina Meran

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