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Symptoms Of Low Potassium Levels: Are You Low In Potassium?

Potassium plays a vital role in heart health, digestive, and muscular function, bone health, and more Only 2 percent of US adults get the recommended daily amount of 4,700 milligrams of potassium Potassium needs to be kept in proper balance with sodium in your blood; if you consume too much sodium, which is common if you eat a lot of processed foods, you’ll have an increased need for potassium By Dr. Mercola Potassium, a mineral and electrolyte, is essential for your cells, tissues, and organs to function properly. It plays a vital role in heart health, digestive, and muscular function, bone health, and more. While potassium is found in many foods commonly consumed in the US – including fruits, vegetables, dairy products, salmon, sardines, and nuts – only 2 percent of US adults get the recommended daily amount of 4,700 milligrams (mg).1 This is especially problematic because potassium is a nutrient that needs to be kept in proper balance with sodium in your blood. If you consume too much sodium, which is common if you eat a lot of processed foods, you'll have an increased need for potassium. Others who are at particular risk of low potassium, or hypokalemia, are those with ch Continue reading >>

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  1. JEarle99

    I work out regulary and I've had symptoms of low potassium and its gonna be quite hard to get adequate potassium, seeing as avocados are now out of session. Also apparently the RDI is 5000mg and this equates to about 10 cups of kale. I just can't do that. I'm just wondering though if it will be safe to take Potassium Citrate. Dr. Eric Berg sells an eletrolyte powder with 1000mg of Potassium Citrate per serving and he recommends taken about 4 servings a day to get all the potassium. He said this form of potassium is very safe in the body

    But I've been reading online and a lot of sites say high potassium levels can be dangerous

  2. Kirkor

    Potassium citrate is a big ingredient in DIY soylent. My recipe calls for 7000mg, and top recipes have anywhere from 4000-14,000mg:

  3. JEarle99

    Can it be dangerous though?

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