35 High-Potassium Foods You Need To Start Eating



Potassium is pretty important for the functioning of your body. It helps to relieve cramps, weakness and heartbeats. We require 4700 mg of potassium daily, which is essential for many chemical reactions in the body. But we usually don't meet this requirement.

In today's video, we'll be discussing 35 foods rich in potassium. From bananas, to pumpkin seeds, to tuna, to halibut, to chicken, we're talking all that AND more…

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Timestamps:
Intro – 0:00
1. Bananas – 00:27
2. Pumpkin seeds – 00:57
3. Almonds – 01:16
4. Spinach – 01:43
5. Cashew nuts – 02:04
6. Oranges – 02:21
7. Potatoes – 02:43
8. Peanuts – 03:22
9. Mushrooms – 03:41
10. Tuna – 04:02
11. Soybean – 04:16
12. Liam beans – 04:39
13. Peas – 05:04
14. Broccoli – 05:26
15. Cantaloupe – 05:45
16. Prunes – 06:01
17. Lentils – 06:20
18. Halibut – 06:35
19. Sweet potatoes – 06:52
20. Fruit juices – 07:13
21. Chicken – 07:29
22. Dark chocolate – 07:48
23. Codfish – 08:05
24. Zucchini – 08:25
25. Avocado -08:37
26. Yogurt – 08:52
27. Apples – 09:08
28. Carrots – 09:25
29. Raisins – 09:40
30. Cucumbers – 09:58
31. Beef – 10:11
32. Milk – 10:28
33. Dates – 10:43
34. Whole wheat bread – 11:00
35. Salt substitute – 11:09

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Summary:
1. Bananas
Bananas can be a quick breakfast, or a carry-along snack. About 100 grams of banana contains 358 mg of potassium.

2. Pumpkin Seeds
The kernels & shells of pumpkin seeds have 919 mg of potassium in 100 gms. That means every part of this seed is densely packed with potassium.

3. Almonds
Just 1 oz of almonds contains 206 mg of potassium. Besides this, they also contain good fats, fiber, protein, magnesium and Vitamin E. Honey-dipped, sugar-glazed and fried almonds do not give you the entire benefit.

4. Spinach
Spinach can be an excellent side dish on a restaurant menu. But it has very few nutrients. On the other hand, boiled spinach has almost 167 mg of potassium in one cup.

5. Cashew Nuts
Around 600 mg of potassium are present in 100 gms of cashews.

6. Oranges
This tangy pulpy fruit contains 181 mg of potassium in every 100 gms.

7. Potatoes
Frying drains potatoes of all their nutrients. We suggest you try recipes that are great for your palate, as well as your body.

8. Peanuts
Around 100 grams of dry roasted peanuts contain 705 mg of potassium.

9. Mushrooms
Mushrooms contain almost 318 mg of potassium for every 100 grams.

10. Tuna
Around 100 grams of tuna contains 522 mg of potassium.

11. Soybean
Soybean is a powerhouse of essential minerals like Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium, and Magnesium.

12. Lima Beans
A 100 gram serving of lima beans contains 508 mg of potassium.

13. Peas
Green pea is another plant-based protein source for vegetarians.

14. Broccoli
Half a cup of cut and cooked broccoli contains 139 mg of potassium.

15. Cantaloupe
This refreshing fruit is packed with Vitamin A & C.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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