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Old 08-12-2009, 06:01 AM
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According to a health newsletter from HSI's Dr Ferril - Sept '09 issue [just received]
foods hugh in Potassium are supposed to be of special benefit to Diabetics.
Foods mentioned are bananas, apricots, avocadoes, spinach, potatoes, meats and fish.
Supplementation w/extra Potassium is recommended too, as Diabetics lose alot of both Magnesium and Potassium from frequent urination.
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If the carbs are not a killer: Coconut water is loaded with potsassium and has a fair amount of magnesium.
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