Klor-con Vs Foods High In Potassium

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PowerB Says:


How much natural food that is high in potassium would i have to eat daily to equal the amount of 1 Klor-Con M10 ER 10MEQ tablet?


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Verwon Says:

You really couldn't eat that much of any of them. If your potassium was low enough for your doctor to prescribe this, you should take it, as directed, at least until you reach more normal levels.

After that, using high potassium foods, such as oranges, orange juice, and potatoes can help keep it at a normal level.

The FDA warns that Klor-Con can be very harsh on the stomach, so it should be taken with food, or a snack.

Are you on any other medications?

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