Features January 2020 Issue

Should You Worry About Potassium?

If you have heart or kidney disease, you may need to take extra measures to maintain normal levels of this important mineral.

Do you remember what you learned about potassium in science class? You were taught itís a soft metal, a mineral and one of the most abundant elements on earth. But you may not have been told about its many roles in helping our body function normally.

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