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Prevent Foot Cramps with H2O

Dehydration could be the cause of your foot cramps. Once you are hydrated, if you are still experiencing foot cramps, you should try boosting your magnesium and potassium levels. Magnesium relaxes muscles to reduce cramps, while potassium drives the chemical process that produces muscle contractions.*

You can naturally boost your potassium and magnesium levels by eating dark leafy greens, bananas, fish, beans, nuts, whole grains, squash, mushrooms, and avocados. In the meantime, stay hydrated. Women should strive to drink 9 cups of water a day, while men should aim for 13 cups.

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