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Poll: What brand/form/dose/timing of potassium do you take? What switch to?

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by Rosebud Dairy, Feb 15, 2012.

  1. Rand56

    Rand56 Senior Member

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    Seems like you people taking potassium gluconate tolerate it well. I'll have to try that. Both potassium citrate and potassium chloride give me stomach distress. Potassium bicarbonate I can handle but I have to make sure I take it far enough away from food so it doesn't hinder the digestion of food.
  2. Rosebud Dairy

    Rosebud Dairy Senior Member

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    Potassium amino acide chelate has been doing me well, and I can take at least 2000 mg on days when I anticipate I may need to be making more red blood cells.
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    Potassium Gluconate from Holland and Barrett, here in the UK.
    They come in 99mg tablets.
    I was taking two a day (one morning one evening) but after a low potassium episode yesterday when i forgot to take my potassium, i have trippled my dose from today. I will probably go higher once i have had time to think it over.
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