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sharon -- where can you find this lite salt?
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Here is link for foods high in potassium:
Here is a link for foods high in magnesium:
The nutritional information is probably an estimate or average of these particular foods so make sure when you enter the food information in the food tracker to search for Ex: California Navel Orange rather than Valencia Orange. You can look @ the little stickers attached to the fruit in order to figure out what variety of fruit or veggie it is. There's not a big difference but I prefer to be exact.
CW: Lost 0 lbs (Jun. '14)
GW: 120.0 lbs (N/A)
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If you are using salt in your diet...use Lite Salt.
It contains 1/2 the sodium, but give gives you 350 mg
of potassium for 1/4 teas. Regular salt does not contain potassium.
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I love the nutrition tracker. It gives me alot more information than just a calorie count. I manage to stay in all my ranges except I am falling WAY short on potassium and magnesium even with adding in my supplements. I know I need more potassium because my blood levels tend to be low because of my high blood pressure meds. Any ideas? I'd have to eat a whole tree of bananas to get my potassium from the 200's to the 4000's.