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More Potassium, Less Sodium

April 17, 2012

The ratio between your sodium (salt) intake and your potassium intake can have an impact on your health. A recent study found that “higher sodium-potassium ratio is associated with significantly increased risk of CVD (cardiovascular disease) and all-cause mortality, and higher sodium intake is associated with increased total mortality.” Good sources of potassium include sweet potatoes, potatoes, tomatoes (paste, puree, juice, etc.), clams, yogurt, halibut, tuna and bananas.

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