Hunting down the cause of ME/CFS & other challenging disorders - Lipkin in London
In a talk to patients in London on 3rd September, Dr. W. Ian Lipkin described the extraordinary lengths he and his team are prepared to go to in order to track down the source of an illness, with examples ranging from autism to the strange case of Kawasaki disease.
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Bioavailable magnesium, calcium and potassium???

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by Quirky, May 4, 2012.

  1. Quirky

    Quirky

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    My GP advised me to try liquid bioavailable potassium, calcium, magnesium and
    sodium, in order to titrate.

    Would like to hear what you are taking, and if it made a difference.

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  2. Little Bluestem

    Little Bluestem Senescent on the Illinois prairie, USA

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    Do you know what form(s) the liquid bioavailable minerals are in? Especially the potassium.

    I have (low) normal blood potassium, but very low tissue potassium. I know this is a symptom of ME/CFS. Nonetheless, I am hoping to find some forms of potassium that is better at getting into the cells than others.
     
  3. Calathea

    Calathea Darkness therapy

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    If you take a powdered form of these minerals and dissolve it in water (or in my case, herbal tea), does that count as liquid? I'm using all three in my home-made electrolyte drink. No idea whether they qualify as "bioavailable", though, I'm guessing that term is somewhat a matter of opinion.
     

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