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Potassium in Your Food

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Potassium (K) is one of the most important micronutrients required by the human body. Bartter syndrome is a Potassium-wasting disorder; therefore, it is pertinent that carriers understand the foods that contain high amounts of this nutrient. A diet rich in Potassium includes: low-fat food, bananas, V8 juice, chicken, salmon, avocados, potatoes, oranges, tomatoes, apricots, strawberries, spinach, iceberg lettuce, mangos. 

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