You are what you eat. Take control of your physical and mental health. Potassium is essential for all body cells and for healthy nerves, muscles and heart. Too much potassium in the blood (e.g. due to kidney disease) causes dangerous heart rhythms and people with kidney disease may be prescribed a low-potassium diet. In people without kidney disease, a high-potassium diet may help decrease blood pressure.Too little potassium in the blood causes weakness and heart abnormalities. Count, track, and chart the potassium provided by foods in your diet. Use the count and organiser tools to keep a daily record and bar chart illustration of the potassium in mg and %RDA (Adult Daily Recommended Dietary Allowance) provided by 250 heart healthy foods, 55 popular "not heart healthy" foods, and foods you choose to add to the counter in the quantities youve eaten. This beautifully designed healthy diet tool with around 200 photos also provides essential nutritional knowledge for a heart healthy diet and 250 heart healthy foods (including heart-healthy scores). The interface is easy, quick, and intuitive to navigate, colour-coded, searchable, and zoomable using the pinch screen function. Viewable in landscape and portrait. Specially edited and designed for iPhone, iPad, and iPod screens. Compiled and edited by UK-registered medical doctor Dr Lindy van den Berghe, BMedSci, BM, BS; software design by Dr Sven van den Berghe, PhD.