Seeking Health staff are not health professionals, and cannot advise on whether or not a dietary supplement is okay for an individual to consume. Because Dr lynch will not know your exact dietary needs or medical history, you will need to consult with your qualified and personal health practitioner on what to take during your diet, or what your dietary restrictions are. According to Dr Lynch, if one is following the Ketogenic Diet, they should consume more sodium rather than potassium. This is because the kidneys tend to lose more sodium in ketosis and reabsorb potassium. He says if someone needs more potassium while on the Ketogenic Diet, consider additional sodium from Himalayan Pink Salt.
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- Can I consume Optimal Potassium Powder why on the Keto diet?
- Why do you use potassium bicarbonate instead of potassium chloride in Optimal Potassium Powder and Optimal Electrolyte?
- Will taking Optimal Potassium Powder around exercise support the absorption of potassium?
- Will taking Optimal Potassium Powder with amino acids support the absorption of potassium?
- Who may need Potassium Powder?
- How do I take Potassium Powder?
- Which medications increase risk of potassium deficiency?
- Can children take Potassium Powder?
- Who should NOT take Potassium Powder?
- How frequent is potassium deficiency?