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Hi lybrate-user, Potassium tablets should not be had without doctor's supervision as levels need to be regularly checked.
Some fruits and vegetables that I would recommend are: banana, beetroot, jamuns, cherries, watermelon.
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Increase all potassium rich food items in your diet
You can prefer. Items like - Potato
- Beetroots etc
Take changdraprabha gulika - 2 tabs - 2 times in a day after meals for one month.
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Following a low-potassium diet, if needed. ...
Try avoiding certain salt substitutes. ...
Avoiding herbal remedies or supplements. ...
Taking water pills or potassium binders, as directed by your doctor
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Here are tips to increase potassium levels.
Eat atleast two fruits a day, as fruits are good source of potassium.
Include 200 ml og curds a day.
Include green leafy vegetables on a daily basis.
Include dal on a daily basis.
Dark chocolate, coffee, jaggery, mushroom are other food that can be included to boost potassium.
Prevent yourself fron diarrhoea and do not take diuretics, as they increase the excretion of potassium.