Question of the Day: Do Bell Peppers Have Potassium?
Quick Answer: Yes, bell peppers do have potassium.
Like most nutrients, the amount of potassium in bell peppers increases as they ripen. One hundred grams of green bell peppers will, on average, supply 175mg of potassium. Once fully matured, their content can be as high as 211 mg/100g.
Keep in mind that these numbers can vary from one variety to the next and that growing conditions will also have some impact.
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