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Potassium Helps Control Type 2 Diabetes

If you have Type 2 diabetes, it may be a good idea to grab that extra banana when you head out the door. Recent studies have shown a link between low potassium and high glucose numbers in individuals with Type 2. Type 2 affects 8% of Americans which is about 24 million who are at risk of long-term diabetes complications. Take preventative measures and increase your potassium intake by eating more bananas, melons, beans, lentils, and yogurt. Let’s be proactive and prevent Type 2 diabetes risks!

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