Potassium is a mineral and electrolyte that is vital for cells, organs and tissues to properly function in the human body. It aids heart and normal digestive function, as well as muscle contraction. Studies show that a h... More »

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Many plant-based foods, including squash, sweet potatoes, beans, broccoli and bananas, are high in potassium. Some animal products, such as pork tenderloin and yogurt, are also good sources of potassium. Adults need to c... More »

Potassium citrate is a chemical compound with a formula of C6H5K3O7 and molecular weight of 306.39 grams per mole, notes PubChem. Medicinally, potassium citrate lowers the acidity of urine, thereby treating conditions su... More »

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People need water because water transports nutrients to the cells of the body, adds moisture to the internal organs and tissues and helps to flush toxins out of the body. Water also eases digestion by preventing constipa... More »

Physiologists study the human body and how its cells, tissues and organs work together. Many physiologists are also medical doctors, though some are researchers in independent or university laboratories. Physiologists al... More »

According to Glamour Health and Diet, electrolyte enhanced water has had electrolytes, such as sodium and potassium, added to aid the body's recovery after a hard workout. Glamour indicates that electrolytes promote wate... More »

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Lemon water contains antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties; vitamins A and C; and mineral nutrients -- potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and iron, notes Food Matter... More »

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