The common mineral deficiency that can cause heart palpitations – are you at risk?

The recommended daily dose of potassium is 3,500mg according to the NHS.

Some medical conditions might change this number, in which case you should consult with your doctor about dietary planning.

Increased potassium intake can lower your blood pressure, as it displaces sodium, another nutrient that raises blood pressure.

Kidney damage can cause a build-up of potassium in the blood, meaning that people who are at risk of kidney damage may be advised to reduce their potassium consumption.


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