Are potatoes high in potassium?

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asked Oct 24, 2020 in Other-Food Drink by Farabaugh (470 points)
Are potatoes high in potassium?

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answered Oct 24, 2020 by Prigen (12,360 points)
Yes potatoes are pretty high in potassium.

An average potato depending on the size of potato contains between 515 milligrams to 926 milligrams of potassium per potato.

The larger the potato the more potassium it contains.

Cooked potatoes and even uncooked potatoes are high in potassium which is essential for good health.

1 average size cooked potato contains at least 926 milligrams of potassium.

The more cooked potatoes or raw potatoes you eat the more potassium you will get.

If you're low on potassium and need to increase your potassium intake then eating potatoes and even bananas can help you increase your potassium levels naturally.

Potatoes and bananas are also a great source of vitamins, minerals and nutrients and are very healthy for you.

We all need fruits and vegetables in our diets to stay healthy and live a long healthy life.

Raw potatoes are healthy for you and even cooked potatoes are healthy for you.

Potatoes become somewhat unhealthy for you when you deep fry or fry the potatoes in cooking oil.

But still potatoes are okay even when fried but they should only be eaten in moderation.

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