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Potassium the Heart Mineral: Use a Potassium Diet to Improve Your Heart Function
Why you Should be Concerned with Potassium?
Most people don’t think much about potassium, but they do need plenty of it to keep them healthy. And, when they are not feeling good or sick, they... More > think even less about potassium.
In this Nook e-book you will discover little talked about uses of potassium and why you need to keep on top of how to use mineral to keep you healthy.
What is Potassium Good For?
Potassium is well known for keeping your heart strong and pumping, but there are more details you should know about how to use potassium to keep all aspects of your cardiovascular system working, to prevent you from shorting your life.
What Should I Do?
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Alkaline Body: How Potassium-Sodium Destroy Body Acid
Can you imagine how important potassium and sodium are for your body? These minerals are what are keeping you alive. Do you know anything about them? If you don’t keep them at normal blood... More > levels and stored in your body, this is what happens.
A state of confusion
Mild to severe constipation
Excretion of calcium in urine
Do you have any of these symptoms?
Both sodium and potassium are active in your body neutralizing body acids. It is these acids that are responsible for your pain and sickness. To start to improve your health, you should be concentrating on reducing your body acid.
This book shows you exactly how you can get more potassium and sodium into your body, so you can start having a life. You will also discover how these minerals lead to disease and illness and how you can avoid all of this misery.
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How Does Bulimia Affect You
When you're living with bulimia, you're putting your body—and even your life—at risk. The most life-threatening side effect of bulimia is dehydration due to purging.
Throwing up,... More > laxatives, and diuretics may cause electrolyte imbalances in the body, most generally in the form of low potassium levels. Low potassium levels trigger a wide range of symptoms ranging from lethargy and cloudy thinking to atypical heartbeat and death. Chronically low levels of potassium may also result in kidney failure.< Less