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Old Mon, Oct-15-18, 09:06
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What a relief! I feel great taking it and would hate to stop! And thank you for putting the dosage into perspective for me. I wouldn’t have hesitated to eat two or three bananas before my lowcarbing days and would have had a large baked potato at dinner with no qualms. But since I’m not getting any of that an obviously not enough from my diet, a little bit of LoSalt goes a long way for me.
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Old Mon, Oct-15-18, 15:06
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While I'm very skeptical about the recommendations for overal potassium intake--barring some sort of kidney issue, that really isn't that much potassium for a grown woman to be supplementing. If you're concerned with overload, maybe you could spread it out over the day. That quarter teaspoon of LoSalt has the same potassium as half a potato or a medium banana. It's an amount that might be dangerous for a small baby, but I don't hesitate to take that much myself.

Agree with this statement. I add about a quarter tsp to an electrolyte mix with water, salt and Calm magnesium powder. Works well for me.
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