Data from 10 studies that included more than 200,000 adults found that the more high-potassium fruits, vegetables and dairy that people ate, the more they reduced their risk of ischemic stroke, researchers at the Karolinska Institute reported. The report in the journal Stroke found an 11% reduced risk of stroke in the next five to 14 years for each 1,000-milligram increase in daily potassium.

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