Arthritis: Four fruits full of potassium that could protect joints – expert

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    One hundred grams of oranges has 181mg of potassium and apricot has 259mg.

    However, dried apricot is more potassium rich with 100g containing 1,162mg.

    Almost nine million people in the UK suffer with osteoarthritis – making it the most common form of the condition.

    It mainly affects joints in the hands, knees, spine and hips.



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