Potassium and currants (black corinthian raisins)

The content of currants in potassium is 0.7 grams per 100 grams of black corinthian raisins, one of the highest content observed in food.

For example, banana which is considered a fruit with a high potassium content, contains only half the amount (0.35 grams potassium / 100 g) compared to the currants! The role of potassium is to regulate blood pressure acting in competition with sodium found hidden in salty and not only, food.

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