12 Foods That Pack More Potassium Than a Banana


When it comes to potassium, bananas may seem like the go-to food to get your fill of this mineral—one medium banana has around 420 mg, that’s 12 percent of your daily value. Found mainly in fruits and vegetables, potassium can help you ward off muscle cramps. It’s also important for keeping your heart healthy and your blood pressure in a healthy range. That’s because potassium helps counteract the blood pressure-raising effect of sodium. But bananas aren’t the only potassium superstars.

Check out 12 potassium-rich foods with more potassium per serving than a banana!

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