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Probio Lite Review

by Lyla Zarella (2020-05-23)



The RDA for potassium increases Probio Lite with age. Very young children aged between 0-6 months are advised to consume 400 milligrams mg per day but this daily requirement increases to 4.7g for adults aged 19 years and older. Lactating women need even more of this nutrient and have an RDA of 5.1g. Fruits and vegetables are often the richest source of this nutrient with bananas 350mg per 100g, dried apricots 1880mg per 100g and spinach 490mg per 100g containing very high levels. However, certain meats such as fillet steak 470mg per 100g are also a good food for getting your potassium. Your body controls blood levels of this nutrient very tightly making it very difficult to consume too much. However, certain diseases and infections can inhibit your body's ability to do this and lead to hyperkalemia higher than normal blood levels of potassium. Hyperkalemia has a variety of unpleasant symptoms which include diarrhea, nausea, stomach pain and vomiting.

 

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