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Finally! You NEVER Have to Skip Salt Again

Dear Turapür Today Reader,

If you’ve been skipping the salt for years because of your blood pressure — you know that’s no way to live.

Your life can quickly become a mix of meticulous label reading and bland foods.

But it looks like that all could be about to change.

Because researchers from the University of Southern California have just found a way for you to enjoy all of your favorite salty foods without worry.

You just have to make sure you’re also getting enough potassium-rich foods – like avocados, filling beans and sweet potatoes, and even coffee – in your diet.

You see, for years health experts have known potassium can help lower your blood pressure and keep your heart, brain and muscles in tip-top shape.

More recently, researchers from the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California looked at how potassium can counteract salt’s effects on your blood pressure.

For the study, researchers reviewed the data from several studies that focused on dietary intake of both.

Turns out, people who ate more potassium had lower blood pressure regardless of their sodium intake.

This means they didn’t have to skip the salt as long as they were eating delicious potassium-rich foods.

Researchers believe potassium is so good at balancing your blood pressure because it acts like a diuretic, helping the body excrete salt through natural processes.

Getting more potassium in your diet is easy — just simply start eating foods with high potassium contents like the ones I mentioned above.

Another great way to start is with recipes from Potassium Foods Cookbook: Try the Amazing 25 Potassium Foods to Stay Healthy. Click here to check it out.

Most adults should be getting at least 4.7 grams of potassium a day. If you’re not sure you can meet your needs through diet, you can get potassium supplements at your local pharmacy. Just be sure to check with your doc before taking them.

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Regards,

Jack Taylor
Head of Research, Turapür Products