Which fruits and veggies are a good source of potassium? 

The body needs potassium for fluid equilibrium, neuron function, and muscle contractions. Many vegetables and fruits are potassium-rich. Some examples:

Fruits: Probably the most famous potassium source is bananas. Medium bananas have 400-450 mg of potassium. Oranges, grapefruits, and tangerines are potassium-rich. A medium orange has 230 milligrams of potassium.

Avocados: High in potassium and healthful fats. Medium avocados have 700 mg of potassium. Cantaloupe: One cup of diced cantaloupe has 430 mg of potassium and is tasty.

Vegetables: Leafy greens like spinach are potassium-rich. Cooked spinach has 840 mg of potassium per cup.

Sweet potatoes: Vitamins, fiber, and potassium abound in sweet potatoes. Medium sweet potatoes have 540 mg potassium. White and sweet potatoes are potassium-rich. A medium-sized baked potato with skin has 900 milligrams of potassium.

Acorn squash: Potassium-rich winter squash. Cooked acorn squash has 900 mg of potassium per cup.

Tomatoes: Delicious and potassium-rich. An average medium tomato has 290 mg of potassium.

Consuming these potassium-rich fruits and vegetables can help you meet your daily potassium needs and improve your health.

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