What does potassium do for our bodies?



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    Potassium does many things for our bodies.  First and foremost, it helps regulate your blood pressure and heart functions.  It also regulates water in your body as well as helps relieve pain for people with arthritis or rheumatism.  This mineral also helps get rid of waste and toxins in the body, speed up healing process, relieve pain, and aids in muscle recovery.  Overall, it is a multifaceted, great nutrient to consume.

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    Potassium is an electrolyte that helps your body to regulate blood pressure and heart functions. Research has shown that potassium can help lower the risk of stroke in men by 60%, due to it’s effect on neutralizing acids and restoring alkaline salts to the bloodstream. Potassium can also help regulate water balance and contributes to the body’s recuperative powers. It helps heal cuts and bruises faster, controls convulsions and headaches/migraines, and is critical for the elimination of waste. Arthritic and rheumatic conditions can also be helped with potassium.

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