Some Symptoms Of a Potassium Deficiency:
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- Bad Circulation
- Bluish Tint To Skin
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Heart Palpitations
- Intestinal Pain
- Muscle Weakness
- Oppressive Breathing
- Pain In the Eyes
- Prolapsed Uterus
- Swollen Glands
- Tissue Anemia
- Water Retention
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What Can Potassium Do For You?
- Potassium is called the alkalizer.
- It neutralizes acids and restores alkaline salts to the blood stream.
- Potassium works with sodium in all cells including nerve synapses to maintain/restore membrane potentials & assist in metabolic processes.
- Potassium is critical to cardiovascular and nerve function, through regulating the transfer of nutrients into cells, and for muscle energy.
- Potassium also regulates water balance, assists recuperative powers, aids rheumatic or arthritic conditions (causes acids to leave joints and ease stiffness), is vital for elimination of wastes, is a natural pain desensitizer, helps control convulsions, headaches and migraines, promotes faster healing of cuts, bruises & other injuries, and generally contributes to a sense of well being.
Food Sources Of Potassium:
- Potassium is stored in the muscles.
- Dairy Foods
- Dried Fruits
- Lean Poultry
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