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    “Potassium is necessary for the normal function of all cells. It regulates the heartbeat, ensures proper function of the muscles and nerves, and is vital for synthesising protein and metabolising carbohydrates,” explains Harvard Health.

    “Diets that emphasise greater potassium intake can help keep blood pressure in a healthy range, compared with potassium-poor diets.”

    Because salt is rife in the Western diet, optimising potassium intake is key to avoiding issues with cardiovascular heart.

    In fact, research shows that higher potassium intake and low sodium intake could curtail the risk of stroke and other cardiovascular complications.

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