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What foods can I eat to raise my potassium level?

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bananas...I think

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bananas,avacados

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Bananas!

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Banana

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Potatoes

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bananas.

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Bananas, for one.

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Bananas, dates, oranges, figs, almonds...ect.

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Bananas

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Bananas and drink coconut water its full of it!

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ALL fruits are loaded with potassium. Most vegetables are as well.

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Not really... Bananas are tho.
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Check it out for yourself - ALL FRUITS are a rich source of potassium - they won't form and ripen without potash in the soil!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Yeah Right.
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Bananas!!! :D

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potassium supplements! lol Easiest way, but yes bananas are commonly suggested for such.

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they've said it right...

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I don,t know what that means.
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Everyone else said the answer already...
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bananassssssssssssssssssssssss

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Bananas!

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Bananas yes but kiwi is higher in potassium. Also, potatoes, tomatoes and strawberries and low sodium V-8 in the can has 1/3 of the daily recommended allowance

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Didn't know that.
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bananas ,dried fruit and potatoes.

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Bananas!

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The public agrees, BANANAS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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bananas

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artichokes have more potassium then bananas....

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banana

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I'm pretty sure bananas, because they have a lot of potassium :)

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i don't like bananas though. but i should be eating them cause i don't think i eat enough potassium and i get foot cramps

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Strawberries
Bananas
Watermelon
Cantaloupe
Citrus fruits
Beets
Greens
Spinach
Tomatoes
Mushrooms....

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Top 10 Foods Highest in Potassium
1. White Beans
2. Dark Leafy Greens
3: Baked Potatoes
4: Dried Apricots
5: Baked Acorn Squash
6: Yogurt
7: Fish (Salmon)
8: Avocados
9: Mushrooms
10: Bananas

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Potatoes and Tomatoes
Baked potatoes and baked sweet potatoes are both good sources of potassium. One plain baked potato without any condiments provides 1,081mg of potassium, and a medium-sized sweet potato offers 694mg. Tomatoes also are a source of potassium; a regular-sized tomato provides 400mg. One cup of tomato sauce provides 909mg of potassium, and ¼ cup of tomato paste provides 664mg. Making spaghetti and meatballs or a vegetable soup with tomato paste and potatoes can enhance your family's intake of potassium.

Fresh and Dried Fruits
According to Drugs.com, fresh fruit can be a wonderfully healthy and tasty way to get extra potassium. One papaya offers 781mg of potassium and actually offers more than a small banana, which as 467mg. Melons also are a good source of potassium, with cantaloupe offering 494mg and honeydew offering 461mg in a 1-cup serving. Dried fruit is also rich in potassium. One cup of raisins has 1,089mg of potassium, while prunes offer 828mg in a 1-cup serving. Five dried dates offer 271mg of potassium, and two dried figs have 271 mg. Snacking on these dried fruits by themselves or baking them in breads can provide the extra potassium you need.

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