High Potassium Foods FOR Muscles 

Beans, beans, they're good for your heart—and also your skinny jeans. Legumes like white beans are an inexpensive, virtually fat-free source of potassium

White Beans

The veggie often least bought. But beets are low in calories, high in fiber and rich in the mineral iron. Like potassium, iron is another mineral 

Cooked Beets

 Avoiding them now would be, well, childish. Besides the potassium, they encourage weight loss as a high-fiber, low-calorie food

Cooked Brussels Sprouts

Avocado is a rich source of potassium, in addition to healthy monounsaturated and oleic fatty acids, which may actually help spot-reduce belly fat.

Avocado

Medium banana serves up 422 milligrams of potassium per fruit, an 8-ounce glass of orange juice will provide you with 443 milligrams

Orange Juice

Hot weather calls for cool, refreshing foods, and cantaloupe should be at the top of your list. Juicy, light and extremely high in water content

Cantaloupe

 Bananas on our list of high potassium foods! Trainers and fit-minded folks go ape over this nearly-perfect pre and post-workout fruit

Banana

Be careful with serving sizes—or else you might consume more sugar than you intend—but dried apricots will nourish your muscles 

Dried Apricots

little legumes offer very similar benefits to beans. Thanks to the potassium content, lentils can help prevent your muscles from cramping up

Cooked Lentils

 Course of bone-strengthening duo calcium and Vitamin D, but it also serves as a good vehicle for electrolytes. Milk's carb to protein ratio

1% and 2% Milk

Daily recommended intake of potassium. Eat your 2-cup serving as a salad or toss a couple handfuls of the leafy green into a delicious smoothie.

Raw Spinach

These juicy fruits are worth adding to your meal, for a more toned, healthy body. At less than 30 calories per one cup serving they've got potassium

Tomatoes

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