Oranges and other citrus fruits are another great sources of potassium, with an orange fruit having 237mg of potassium. Why not have orange juice freshly squeezed; knowing that just of a cup gives around 355 mg of potassium?
Or just eat the fruit in all its goodness as an afternoon snack or as part of a salad.
A medium size avocado provides approximately 322mg of potassium. The good thing about this fruit is that there are a million ways to get it to your dinner table.
For those who consider themselves purists, it can be simply cut and eaten on its own or by adding a seasoning to it. It is considered a healthy cholesterol free spread, and also used in sandwiches and burgers. It can be used to make salads or as a healthy salad dressing.