Paleo Ketogenic Diet

WHY POTASSUM is so important on the ketogenic diet



Potassium, magnesium and sodium deficiencies are why you might feel bad on keto.

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  1. Foods rich in potassium include yam, parsley, dried apricots, dried milk, chocolate, various nuts (especially almonds and pistachios), potatoes, bamboo shoots, bananas, avocados, soybeans, and bran, although it is also present in sufficient quantities in most fruits, vegetables, meat and fish.
     decrease sodium intake and increase your dietary intake of potassium, by eating more foods that have low amounts of sodium and significant amounts of potassium, such as fruits and vegetables.

    The use of potassium salts as substitutes for common salt (sodium chloride) is potentially dangerous, and overuse can be fatal. Excessive potassium intake can cause heart irregularities and can cause the heart to stop beating (cardiac arrest). Potassium supplements and bulk substitutes should not be used without medical advice. Take 2 to 5 grams a day in food,

  2. Thanks Stephanie I just went 4 days on the stool, I mean nothing but water! It was awful and I dumped ketogenic for anything that would make me feel better. Sitting here eating candy right now after doing so well, but I felt awful and still getting over it. Don't know if it was a bug or Potassium, magnesium and sodium deficiencies. I will say after taking some of the pink stuff with magnesium I started to feel better, Just wanted to say how much I appreciate you thanks again, 

  3. All kinds of shots of "the business" in this video.  I just listened to the May 7 Superhuman Radio podcast about potassium that you''ll find interesting.  It's worth a listen. 

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