Everything I read about it makes sense and it’s not nearly as restrictive as other diets.
There are varying opinions on what is the best diet for people with atrial fibrillation but one diet I keep hearing about is the Paleo Diet.
I’ve never tried it myself but I’ve heard from afibbers that swear by it.
Avocados, spinach, sweet potatoes, coconut water, kefir or yogurt, and bananas are all rich sources of potassium. Just one 8 ounce serving has a whopping 900mg of potassium and only 50 calories.
Here is a list of foods with the most potassium: If you can’t get enough potassium from foods to meet your minimum daily requirements, supplements can help. It mixes easily with any liquid and you can barely taste it (I take it with water).5.
Afibbers can be especially vulnerable to episodes if they have low potassium levels.
Try to get as much potassium as you can from foods.Check for side effects of any prescription medications you’re taking.Some prescription medications can be potential triggers.By using a spray you can get a large amount of magnesium without the potential side effects of loose stools and diarrhea.I use Ease because it’s a high quality supplement that absorbs very quickly without leaving a white residue on your skin that is common with other spray products.I personally take 200mg a day of Life Extension’s Super Ubiquinol Co Q10. If you haven’t noticed, I take mostly powder and liquid supplements. Three, you can control exactly how much you want in each serving.