Each week our members can participate in a survey. Here’s what we asked this week…
Why do figs help prevent hypertension?
- A. Because they contain vitamin K. (34%)
- B. Because they contain iron. (2%)
- C. Because they contain copper. (0%)
- D. Because they contain potassium. (64%)
Thank you to all members who participated in this week’s survey!
64% answered correctly with, “D. Because they contain potassium.”
If you would like to participate in next week’s survey and are not already a member, join us by visiting WhiteRabbitInstituteOfHealing.com/join-free.
DID YOU KNOW?
Figs are high in potassium and low in sodium. People typically ingest sodium in the form of salt. A low potassium and high sodium level in the body can lead to hypertension. Fig’s natural balance of potassium and sodium make them an excellent choice for easing the effects of hypertension.