50 Foods Low In Potassium
Nov22

50 Foods Low In Potassium

If you have high blood pressure or diabetes, you have probably seen the federal guidelines for sodium but perhaps not for potassium. The current recommendation from the Institutes of Medicine is 4700 mg per day for people over age 14 with normal kidney function. Most dietitians will tell you that potassium is a critical mineral for proper functioning of some cells in the body such as muscles and nerves. The good news is that potassium...

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Nutritional Benefits of Grapes
May24

Nutritional Benefits of Grapes

By The Registered Dietitians at 2 Your Health The nutritional benefits of grapes are as numerous as the ways that you can enjoy them.  Whether you like them fresh, frozen, dried, mashed, juiced, or fermented, grapes can be a healthful and beneficial part of your diet.  As part of the Mediterranean diet, it has been enjoyed in one form or another for many years and used in a variety of ways. Eating them raw or frozen for a sweet,...

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