238: Potassium supplements for salt-sensitive high blood pressure?
Masterjohn Q&A Files Episode 238
Question: Potassium supplements for salt-sensitive high blood pressure?
So it's best to get potassium from food, if you can. And you want to go through all the medical and health contraindications for potassium supplementation. If you take potassium supplements in doses higher than 100 milligrams, especially if you're going to take high-dose potassium, that is not well-mixed into a meal. Those include diabetes and NSAIDs, especially including potassium-sparing diuretics, but there's a big list of contraindicated medications.
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