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THIDRA Posts: 6
9/8/13 4:08 P

Thanks so much for the information! It is very helpful.

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SUZIPAM1 Posts: 1,464
9/8/13 9:49 A

i never knew that - thanks

BILL60 Posts: 369,736
9/8/13 9:22 A

Welcome to SP.

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9/8/13 1:08 A

How do you know that your potassium is low?

EDWARDS1411 SparkPoints: (341,184)
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9/7/13 11:17 P

emoticon Greetings THIDRA - glad to have you onboard!

While I don't have a problem with potassium levels, here's an article that you might find helpful.

"High Potassium Foods for a Healthy Balance"
www.sparkpeople.com/blog/blog.asp?post=hig
h_potassium_foods_for_a_healthy_balanc
e


As well, there is a Diet and Nutrition Forum at
www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/messageboard_t
opics.asp?imboard=7

where you can ask such questions and get answers from Becky Hand, SP's dietitian and other experts.

Wishing you the best as you work on becoming healthier and more fit!!!
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THIDRA Posts: 6
9/7/13 8:26 P

I am having trouble keeping my potassium level up w/out going over carbs. Anyone else experiencing low potassium?

Thanks a bunch!! emoticon

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