Too little potassium and cardiovascular disease

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Too little potassium and cardiovascular disease

Post Number:#1  Post by Frodo » Wed Nov 08, 2017 3:21 pm

What do you think about thie study and the relationship to vitamin C:
https://insight.ici.org/articles/view/94920

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Re: Too little potassium and cardiovascular disease

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Re: Too little potassium and cardiovascular disease

Post Number:#3  Post by skwoodwiva » Thu Nov 09, 2017 12:30 am

Hmm, thanks.
I use a mix of: 2/5 potassium chloride, 2/5 sea salt & 1/5 Himalayan pink salt for "salt".
I started this after but not for this reason.

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Re: Too little potassium and cardiovascular disease

Post Number:#4  Post by Frodo » Thu Nov 09, 2017 3:08 am

I take "Kalinor" (600 mg potassium).
But I have my doubts about the study. Calcification only in the arteries? Why not in the veins?


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