Potassium is an essential mineral, which is important for the heart, blood vessels and muscles. Due to the deficiency of potassium, many symptoms like fatigue, weakness, muscle cramps, weak digestion, abnormal heartbeat, difficulty in breathing, numbness of hands and feet, frequent urination, high blood pressure are seen.
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Apricots increase potassium
Apricot Increase Potassium Level should be eaten to increase the level of potassium, so that this problem can be avoided. According to the National Institutes of Health (ref.), a 1/2-cup serving of dried apricots provides 755 mg of potassium.
Pulses will not cause potassium deficiency
You don’t need any fancy food to increase your potassium levels. Rather, its deficiency can be overcome even by eating pulses. Eating 1 cup of cooked lentils provides 731 mg of potassium.
Eating tinda will give you plenty
There is also a good amount of this mineral inside Tinda (Potassium Foods). This food is very effective in controlling hypertension. Iron, magnesium, calcium, vitamin C, vitamin B etc. are also found in it.
Raisins and Potatoes
Potassium can also be obtained by eating raisins (Kismis Khane Ke Fayde) and potatoes. Half a cup of raisins has 618 mg and 1 medium potato has 610 mg of potassium.
Disclaimer: This article is for general information only. It cannot be a substitute for any medicine or treatment in any way. Always consult your doctor for more details.