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Potassium is an essential mineral that your body needs to support heart, muscle, and nerve functions. Learn more to see if potassium supplements are right for you.

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Understanding Potassium

Pick up on some key facts about this essential mineral.

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What is Potassium?

Supporting your body’s heart, muscle, and nerve functions, potassium is an essential mineral your body needs to work properly. It works as an electrolyte, helping to balance a range of body functions

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Who should take Potassium?

Because your body can’t produce this mineral, it’s important to eat a variety of potassium-rich foods such as avocados, bananas, apricots, spinach, tomatoes, baked potatoes, lean meats, and dairy, such as milk and yogurt. If you’re not getting enough through your diet—or if your health care practitioner recommends taking a potassium supplement or you have a potassium deficiency (hypokalemia, as diagnosed by a healthcare professional)—then supplementing with potassium may help.

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What is Potassium good for?

Potassium helps support heart, nerve and muscle function.†

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Explore expert answers to some of the most frequently asked potassium questions.

  • What does potassium help with?

    It helps support several functions of the body, such as heart and healthy nerve function. Potassium helps support heart function by helping to control the activity of the heart muscle.
  • Where does potassium come from?

    It is very easy to obtain your potassium needs through your diet. The best sources of potassium are fruits and vegetables. Bananas, potatoes, citrus, tomatoes, prunes and spinach are all considered high potassium foods.
  • When does this product expire?

    Please refer to the expiration date on the bottle.