Optimum nutrition is the medicine of the future.
All living cells need potassium at a continuous basis all, of the time to function and stay alive. There are no exceptions. Similar to water our bodies have no innate potassium conservation mechanisms. The human evolutionary assumption is that there would be plenty of potassium available in our wild and live food diets. This is in contrast to sodium, also an essential element, for which we have a very rigorous sodium conservation mechanism During the earth history the amount of potassium in seawater has been decreasing steadily and the sodium content on the rise.
The human tongue is unable to distinguishing potassium from sodium: both taste salty. In equal amounts, potassium is up to 8 times saltier than sodium. Almost any craving for salt in our dietary times of heavily salted, with sodium chloride, home-cooking, restaurant meals, and preserved foods is a strong indication of potassium deficiency.
Try or use a powdered seaweed (almost any seaweed, although the kelps tend to have more potassium than other seaweeds) up to 10 grams daily until symptoms resolve.
Before grabbing the herbal nerviness and muscle analgesics, try feeding the nerves and muscles their essential mineral foods: potassium, sodium, calcium and magnesium The last three, are all abundant in all seaweeds: sodium,2-4%, calcium 0.5-1.0%, magnesium 0.2-1.0%.. In addition to optimal nerve and muscle functioning, these four elements are important in transporting many substances along the intercellular integrin network.
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