Monday, 24 February 2014

Potassium

Potassium

According to Dr. Jonathan Wright, low potassium levels may play a role in poor hearing and hearing loss. Whether this is due to low potassium intake or poor functioning of potassium channels in your inner ear, Dr. Wright suggests that you supplement your diet and increase your intake of foods rich in potassium. Due to the high potassium content in a variety of fruits, such as apricots, bananas, melons and oranges, Dr. Wright suggests juices or smoothies to increase your potassium intake. Other potassium-rich foods include potatoes, spinach, lima beans, milk and raisins.

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