Body needs many minerals. Some of them in larger amount (macrominerals) than other trace minerals (microminerals). Macrominerals are: Sodium Chloride Potassium Calcium Phosphorus Magnesium Sulfur Microminerals are:…… Read more “Macro and micro minerals”
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The epidemiological data suggest that a modest increase in fruit and vegetable intake (rich sources of dietary potassium), especially in those with hypertension and/or relatively low potassium intakes, could significantly reduce the risk of stroke.
Increasing potassium intake by consuming a diet rich in fruit and vegetables may help lower blood pressure and may have other health benefits. Supplemental potassium might help lower blood pressure in some individuals, but potassium supplements should only be used in consultation with a medical provider.