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Is potassium citrate and potassium chelate the same?

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Potassium citrate has many health benefits, including the ability to lower blood pressure--keeping muscles and nerves functioning properly--and maintaining electrolyte balance. Potassium citrate is a potassium chelate which occurs naturally in foods. That's unlike potassium salts, which must be added as supplements. Potassium citrate generally is higher in raw foods than in cooked ones.

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