Potassium rich Jerusalem artichokes are a mystery to most of us. They are not artichokes, and have nothing to do with Jerusalem. They are native to North America, in fact, and are the roots of a plant in the daisy family related to the sunflower. Native Americans were the first to harvest them. While sunflower […]
Archive for Potassium Rich Foods and Recipes
So much to say about halibut. It makes the top of the list for seafoods that are rich in both potassium and magnesium. It is low calorie and readily available. This is a mild fish that is readily complemented by your favorite sauces or cheeses. The halibut recipe ideas page will get you started on […]
Sardines a couple times a week can be one of the biggest diet improvements you can make. Find out why sardines are good for you (and good for the environment). A couple ideas for recipes can be found on our sardine salad recipe page. As simple as the sardine sushi pictured here, if you want.
The largest broadcast network in Japan, NHK, broadcast a segment about some people who claim remarkable results in weight loss and in reducing internal (visceral) fat from their bodies simply by consuming enoki mushrooms – sometimes called vermicelli mushrooms in the west because of their string-like appearance. This is in addition to some Japanese studies […]
Add a new, and simple recipe for chili con carne to the recipe section. Yes, it has beans, and that apparently bothers chili purists. But beans are rich in potassium and other minerals, and they taste good. So there. Head on over and try out this great high potassium dish that will warm you up […]