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No Longer A Secret: How To Get Your Potassium Rda!

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It took over 20 hours of personal research to produce the "High Potassium - Low Calories Food List". You won't find anything else like it on the internet. I hope it helps you achieve your daily potassium goal. It's helped me where I'm no longer concerned about getting enough.
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Less than 3 percent of us meet recommended intake levels of K. This, along with extraordinary high levels of sodium is a recipe for disaster. It's been determined that it's the RATIO of K:Na that is important to heart health. Increasing potassium levels will increase your health!
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  • I have been checking out the information when I run my Daily Nutrition Feedback report and have noticed that Potassium, K is listed in two different locations. Just today, in one section it states
    Potassium, K My Goal 2000-3500 Today 3946 and that I went over my goal BUT....
    down below that it states that I did not meet my goal...
    Potassium, K My Goal 4500-6000 Today 3946

    Exactly why is potassium listed twice? - by 4LMHJCR

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