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  • K-99 Gluconate 100 caps by Bio-Tech

  • Mg/K Aspartate 60 tabs by Metagenics


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  • Potasinase 100 caps by Progressive Labs

  • Potassium (aspartate) 90 vcaps by Pure Encapsulations

  • Potassium (citrate) 180 vcaps by Pure Encapsulations

  • Potassium (citrate) 200 mg 90 vcaps by Pure Encapsulations

  • Potassium Aspartate+ 90 caps by Davinci Labs

  • Potassium Chelated 99 mg 100 caps by Douglas Labs

  • Potassium Citrate 99 mg 120 caps by Allergy Research Group

  • Potassium Citrate 99 mg 180 caps by NOW

  • Potassium Citrate 99mg 90 Capsules by Thorne Research

  • Potassium Magnesium (aspartate) 180 vcaps by Pure Encapsulations

  • Potassium Orotate 100 vcaps by Priority One Vitamins


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Potassium Supplements

The mineral known as potassium serves many important roles. It aids in the healthy function of nearly every part of the body. For example, potassium helps build proteins and muscle. It works with other minerals as an electrolyte promoting normal electrical function, including heart rhythm and muscle contraction. It also helps with the processing by cells of carbohydrates into energy. 

Potassium-rich foods include citrus, dairy, meats, cod, flounder, salmon, legumes, broccoli, prunes, dried apricots, tomatoes, potatoes and winter squash. Although eating any combination of these foods daily can provide enough potassium to maintain a healthy body, many people rely on a supplement form of potassium. Some people lose more potassium through exercise and sports than they can replenish through their diets, or they have health conditions that prevent the absorption of potassium from the foods that they eat.