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Unread 04-26-2017, 06:31 AM
dunitlongpole dunitlongpole is offline
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Default Potassium supplement choices...

Quick question...

I need (a lot) more potassium in my diet...I am not even close to hitting my numbers.

I can't find Lite Salt or Nu Salt where I am from. I went looking and I found both Potassium Chloride Powder and Potassium Citrate Powder. I figured I will mix it with some Crystal Lite and be good to go...

Similar prices, similar "stats", but what is the difference between Chloride and Citrate? Will it make any difference?

Thanks in advance...
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Unread 04-26-2017, 10:52 AM
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the taste is different.

will that matter to you? only you can define the answer for that.

as for potassium sources - check your veggie intake - some are higher in it than others.
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Don't mean to hijack, but is it okay to supplement with Klor-Con 10 mEq tablets that is by prescription? It's about 750 mg potassium, and Lyle says to supplement up to 1000 mg of Potassium on the PSMF.
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the taste is different.

will that matter to you? only you can define the answer for that.

as for potassium sources - check your veggie intake - some are higher in it than others.
Thanks I was wondering the same.

So besides taste any other medical differences? Some sites like this say "Potassium chloride and potassium citrate—they’re both potassium so they should be the same, right? The names of these medications look nearly identical and can be extremely confusing, but you should know that these different forms of potassium treat different conditions and can’t be substituted for each other."

I'm no expert so in your opinion, ok to take either?
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Potasium is potassium, it's just what it's bonded to. Which mostly doesn't matter.
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