Other supplemental sources of potassium and sodium are fresh made vegetable juices.
And drinking fresh vegetable juice is a lot more effective than chewing on vegetables.
Eliminating the fiber is the better way to get a good amount of potassium and sodium quickly into your body.
Use a high quality juicer to make these supplemental sources of potassium and sodium to get the most nutrition from your vegetable juices and to make them last longer. I recommend the Greenstar Juicer.
Supplemental Sources of Potassium and Sodium - Fresh Vegetable Juice (784 Mg. Potassium & 186 Mg. Sodium)
This recipe is just an example to show you how to get supplemental sources of potassium and sodium from whole foods - easily.
There are many many variations that you can try when making fresh juice.
It's a great way to get important electrolytes like potassium as well as "real" sodium because vegetables usually come with a little sodium.
You can also add some fat like raw coconut cream into your fresh vegetable juices.
3 Medium Stalks of Organic Celery
2 Medium Organic Carrots
1 Cup Fresh Organic Cilantro Leaves
Be sure you wash your produce before putting into your juicer.
You may also have to chop fresh produce into smaller pieces to get them to fit into your juicer.
Because oxidation occurs with most juicers, it's best to drink vegetable juice right away to get the most nutrition.
Supplemental Sources of Potassium
Most potassium supplements are around 99 mg. per dose and this helps to prevent an overdose.
If you choose to take a potassium supplement, choose an organic potassium supplement. Organic supplements will perform the best in your body.
Organic Potassium - includes gluconate, glycinate, orotate, and citrate.
Inorganic Potassium - includes chloride and oxide.
You should always consult with a doctor before taking a potassium
Especially if you have Kidney Disease, Heart Disease, Ulcers, Diabetes, take Medications, or are Pregnant.
Supplemental Sources of Potassium in Whole Foods Should be Enough!
A person who eats a well balanced diet and includes fresh fruits or vegetables should not have a problem getting enough potassium
into their diet.
Especially, if you're juicing your fresh fruits or vegetables!
Just remember that supplemental sources of potassium are also found abundantly in fresh
seafood, fresh meats, fresh dairy, and in nuts.
Remember, a lot of these supplemental sources of potassium will also offer "real" sodium.