Creamer potatoes are one of the best sources of potassium in the entire vegetable world

Creamer potatoes are one of the best sources of potassium in the entire vegetable world

Potassium is at the heart of good health. In fact, it enables your very heart to beat! More than 100,000 times a day, potassium helps trigger your “ticker” to pump blood through your body. It also keeps your brain, nerves, heart and muscles working normally.

Getting enough potassium in your diet can help lower blood pressure, keep your arteries healthy, get rid of excess sodium, reduce the risk of kidney stones and guard against bone loss. Studies suggest boosting your potassium intake and curbing sodium can even slash the risk of stroke by 21% and may also lower the odds of developing heart disease.

This is definitely a nutrient no one should run short on. Unfortunately, most of us are.

Experts say the typical healthy adult needs 4,700 milligrams of dietary potassium a day. But a recent study in the U.S. shows men average 3,200 milligrams of potassium a day, while women average only 2,400 milligrams.

Easy ways to get potassium

The easiest way to get the recommended amount is to add high-potassium fruits and vegetables to your diet. Bananas are famous for being a good source of potassium, but Creamer potatoes actually have them beat. By more than double! In fact, Creamer potatoes are one of the best sources of potassium in the entire vegetable world. Just take a look at this comparison of high-potassium foods:

 FOOD  DAILY RECOMMENDED  VALUE  OF POTASSIUM
 Lima beans  27%
 Swiss chard  27%
 Potatoes  26%
 Lentils  21%
 Bananas  12%
 Tomatoes  12%

 

Potassium is part of every cell in the body and life would be impossible without it. Potassium-rich Creamer potatoes can help pave the way for healthier meals, all while enjoying their creamy flavor and easy convenience. Find out more about the nutritional content of Creamer potatoes.

Information sources: Potassium and Your Heart, World’s Healthiest Foods, Are You Getting Enough Potassium?, How to Get More Potassium

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