2. Sweet Potatoes
A highly nutrient-rich food, sweet potatoes are a potassium powerhouse; 1 large sweet potato offers up about 855 milligrams of the nutrient, which is around 24 percent of the recommended daily intake.
In addition to being rich in potassium, sweet potatoes are also offer many other vital nutrients, including vitamin C, vitamin B6 and beta-carotene. The best way to eat a sweet potato? – Simply bake it and it is as-is, or if you want to add a little more flavor, add a pad of low-fat, organic butter and maybe a small sprinkle of cinnamon.
You could also boil and mash sweet potatoes, just like you would white potatoes. This veggie can also be used as an ingredient in various recipes, such as sweet potato pancakes and sweet potato muffins.