Klor-con, Potassium

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Frank Says:


Con you tell me how many bananas I have to eat to get the same amount of potassium as one klor-con m20 tab?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Frank! How are you?

From what I can find, they estimate approximately 1 mEq per inch of banana, so you'd need to eat 20 inches of banana for each tablet you are supposed to take.

It would likely be easier to just take the tablets, rather than eating bananas all day, every day.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Frank Says:

Thank you for the information. I was curious. That is a lot of bananas especially in light of the fact I'm not that crazy about bananas. The pill, though, is a bit hard to swallow. Again, thank you for the effort.

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joe Says:

A FAIRLY SMALL BANANA IS APPROX. SIX INCHES, SO 3 OR 4 BANANAS IS NOT ALL THAT MUCH. IT'S MUCH BETTER THAN THE PILL IN MY OPINION.

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Kiki Says:
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Hi. I found a full bottle of Klor Con (potassium) tablets dated 9/2002. It has not been opened. Could that still be good?

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