10 BEST POTTASIUM-RICH FOODS YOU CAN EAT  

Sundried Tomatoes

Along with providing a hefty dose of potassium, sun-dried tomatoes also contain over 13% of your daily value of iron, as well as over 3 grams of protein and fiber.

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Acorn Squash

Acorn squash is a winter squash rich in potassium, with 19% of your daily value. It also has a good amount of antioxidants, vitamins A and C, and fiber.

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Russet Potato

Russet potatoes, which are often called white or Idaho potatoes, are a great way to get a boost of potassium because they're so easy to cook.

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Spinach

To get the muscle-healthy benefits of spinach, you can saute it, make a refreshing salad, or throw it into your next smoothie.

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Dried Apricots

A 1/2 cup serving gives you 16% of your daily value of potassium, as well as almost 5 grams of fiber, which can help keep you full until your next meal.

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Avocado

You can whip up some guacamole, use it as a spread on top of toast, eat it with soup or chili, or add frozen avocado to your smoothie.

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Sweet potato

Don't hold back on the sweet potato casserole this season, because sweet potatoes are considered a potassium-rich food and provide you with fiber and protein.

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Orange Juice

People usually talk about orange juice when they're trying to up their vitamin C intake during a cold or sickness.

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Banana

Most of us probably grew up hearing that if we need more potassium, we should grab a banana.

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Yogurt

Most people don't think of potassium when they think of the health benefits of yogurt. Usually, the spotlight is on its levels of calcium, protein, or probiotics.

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