Health knowledge made personal
WellPage for Potassium Rich Food
+ Bookmark › Share
Go
Search posts:

Potassium Rich Food - Articles

Top #26 Best Ways 2 Beat Bloat~Banish Your Belly~ #18 "Eat Potassium Rich Food" by islandgurl Posted Thu 26 Jul 2012 6:15pm Top #26 Best Ways To Beat Bloat~Banish Your Belly.. #18 Eat potassium rich food  Fluid balance in your body is regulated by sodium and potassium levels. Potassium helps the kidneys excrete more sodium, while sodium causes the body retain water. Basically, potassium helps relieve bloating by reducing water retention. Fruits and vegetabl ... Read on »
Foods Rich in Potassium Can Reduce Leg Cramps by Neil Kao Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:26am Sometimes people can develop leg cramps from medications. This is an undesired adverse drug reaction. This is usually from a low potassium level in the blood and muscles. Really the only allergy or asthma medications that cause leg cramps are corticosteroids. These doses are high when inhaled ( Advair 500/50, Symbicort 160/4.5) or by mouth ( pred ... Read on »
Combating Stressed Adrenal Glands: Foods and Herbs that Reduce Adrenal Burn out and Adrenal Fatigue by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:47pm 1 Comment Four years ago I suffered from a bad case of Adrenal Fatigue. My adrenal glands were taxed and all I wanted to do was get my energy back. I was always tired and craved sugar and drank about 3 cups of coffee a day. Until, one day, I read an article about the link between our adrenal glands and stress and realized that I was in the full blows o ... Read on »
5 Foods To Maximize Your Muscle Power by Laura .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 11:29am It's common knowledge that the more muscle mass you have, the more calories your body can burn. But did you know that active muscles can help cut your risk of developing diabetes or osteoporosis? An article I read yesterday explains how the right kind of diet can keep your muscles strong and healthy. There is a strong connection between ... Read on »
The Importance of Potassium and Salt by Chris .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 15 Sep 2010 11:07pm *clairity* We have all heard how we should reduce our sodium intake, stop salting our foods and be wary of high sodium packaged and refined foods. Whilst this is true there is another side to the story…… Potassium is a type of Ionic Salt which is naturally found dissolved in sea water and as part of the mineral content of fruits an ... Read on »
Dietary potassium intake preve ... by John R. Posted Wed 06 Apr 2011 4:59am Dietary potassium intake prevents stroke (?) These meta-analyses are only as good as the data input and, given past inconsistent results, just averaging the results is pretty brainless. One needs to look at the comparative quality of the studies to arrive at an intelligent conclusion. What would an average of 5 poor studies and one good stu ... Read on »
Hidden Pitfalls in Your Fat Burning Plan: Potassium by Chris Keith Posted Fri 11 Dec 2009 12:00am Many fitness conscious people today focus their dietary plan on a higher intake of proteins from lean sources, such as chicken, and low carbohydrates. Combing this with a daily hard workout in the gym, they expect to see results – fat burning and lean muscle building. However, sometimes no matter how hard they try, they just don’t see results. ... Read on »
Potassium Found To Reduce Risk Of Stroke and Heart Disease by Linda Posted Fri 05 Mar 2010 12:00am A recent study done in Italy has shown that eating plenty of potassium-rich foods such as leafy greens, potatoes and bananas may reduce the risk of stroke and coronary artery disease. Potassium is an electrolyte, which together with sodium and chloride, conduct electricity when dissolved in water.  Why is this important and necessary?  E ... Read on »
6 food tips to shrink your tummy by Lifewithnature Posted Thu 03 Nov 2011 9:00am Sometimes what we mistake for belly fat is actually bloat. A slow digestive system is one of the main culprits for this.  Luckily, research shows that some food tips could effectively help to support your digestion as well as help you to be flatter and feel more comfortable in your clothes. 6 food tips to shrink your tummy Eat mo ... Read on »
Toe cramps, potassium and a non-swimming background by Tawnee Prazak Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 16 Jun 2009 12:27am I started triathlon with one big road block: I was not a swimmer. Even as far back as a kid taking swim lessons at the Y, swimming laps for fun just never turned me on. Over the years, surfing was my "swimming." Not until early 2007 did I get in the pool with the intent to swim laps, which was due to my interest in triathlon. I maybe went 500-700 ... Read on »