August 1999 Issue
Pump Up Potassium to Keep Blood Pressure Low, Prevent Stroke
Your mother was right. Again. That admonition to eat your vegetables keeps proving its worth with each new study. But add fruits to the refrain. Besides vitamins A, C and K, folate and fiber, fruits and veggies provide needed-but often overlooked-potassium.
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