Potassium, Diuretics and Stroke

Most people do not get enough potassium because they don't eat enough dark green vegetables.

A study in Neurology found people with the lowest intake of potassium had the highest risk of stroke. 

People taking diuretics to lower their blood pressure had an even higher risk of stroke because diuretics lower blood potassium levels. 

The researchers recommended people pay more attention to potassium intake, especially if they are on diuretics.

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