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potassium excretion in healthy japanese women was increased by a dietary intervention utilizing home-parcel delivery of okinawan vegetables.potassium, which is abundant in vegetables, is inversely related to blood pressure. although the situation has changed somewhat in recent years, the okinawan diet has generally included a large amount of vegetables, and until recently okinawans had the lowest rates of mortality due to stroke and coronary heart disease in japan. based on the hypothesis that these low mortality rates are partly attributable to increased potassium intake resulting from the high vegetable consumption, this study exa ...200616940700
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