What Does Potassium Do for Your Body? A Detailed Review

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Ryan Raman, MS, RD (NZ) | HealthLine

The importance of potassium is highly underestimated.

This mineral is classified as an electrolyte because it’s highly reactive in water. When dissolved in water, it produces positively charged ions.

This special property allows it to conduct electricity, which is important for many processes throughout the body.

Interestingly, a potassium-rich diet is linked to many powerful health benefits. It may help reduce blood pressure and water retention, protect against stroke and help prevent osteoporosis and kidney stones (1234).

This article provides a detailed review of potassium and what it does for your health.

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