How much potassium do you need daily?
about 4,ooo mg
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The normal need is about 2-4 mEq / kg/ day. This can be higher if you are taking diuretics and in some medical conditions.
One cow needs between 25 and 50 gallons of water per day. The total amount of water for a herd of cows depends on how big that herd is, what stage of life they are at (lactation or gestation), diet, etc.
About 2 litres (6 to 8 glasses) is a good minimum guideline; this increases depending on the climate temperatures, your body size, and how active you are. . 64 fluid ounces of water is generally accepted as the recommended daily intake for an adult, but this includes all the water you consume in …liquid and food form. So your morning coffee, the milk in your cereal, the water contained in the apple you may have eaten, the water contained in the chicken dinner you may eat tonight, etc. all counts toward your intake. (MORE)
I find that chopping up a banana peel and adding it to the soil around the rose bush works really good.
The daily requirement of potassium is about five grams. Potassiumis an essential ingredient of all the living cells. Whethervegetarian or nonvegetarian, there are plenty of potassium richfoods, such as fruits, vegetables and fish that will suit any diet.
You need a different amount of potassium each day depending on your age and gender. In general, the following applies: Infants . 0-6mths - 500mg . 7-12mths - 700mg . Children . 1-3yrs - 1400mg . 4-8yrs - 1600mg . 9-18yrs - 2000mg . Adults . 19-50yrs - 2000mg . Pregnant and Lac…tating Women . 18-50yrs - 2000mg . For more information about potassium, as well as which foods contain high amounts of this vital nutrient, see Related Links below: (MORE)
The average adult should consume a minimum of 2000 milligrams ofpotassium daily. Foods that can help with the intake includebananas, white beans, baked potatoes and dark leafy greens.
The amount of water a worm needs a day are 2 teaspoon a day and they need water to stay alive because they need to be moist.
a LOT. it needs more than you would expect. just give it more than you think is enough
The average person's caloric intake need varies by their personalexercise and activity routines in addition to their metabolism. Thegeneral average is 2000 calories, based on a median, semi-activelifestyle of an average person.
About 250g per day.\n. \nMake sure they are complex carbohydrates found in whole foods. Limit your intake of simple carbohydrates like sugar.
The average adult should have a minimum of 2000mg-3000mg of potassium per day. This can be achieved through the natural consumption of certain kinds of foods, particularly fruits and vegetables. There are circumstances where potassium is readily lost and needs to be replenished in excess of the mini…mum daily amount listed above. The number is smaller for children and infants. Anyone with concerns of potassium deficiency, due to food allergies or special dietary requirements, where natural sources for potassium are precluded; should consult a doctor about the exact dosage they need to supplement each day. Potassium is essential for muscle health, particularly the heart. A deficiency, among other things, can cause muscle cramping and in extreme cases, can cause death. People on "low carb diets" will find they need to take special care to get the proper amount of potassium each day, as potassium is used in the ketosis process to diffuse byproduct chemicals left in the bloodstream; therefore additional potassium is needed regularly to replenish the body's potassium stores. Potassium is diffused by the kidneys, through sweat, urine or other bodily excretions. In this manner, excess potassium is removed from the body through urination and sweating. Barring kidney trouble, it is difficult to actually overdose on potassium, but not impossible. People should consume more potassium after intense sweating, if your diet is high in salt or in case of abnormal or extraordinary bodily excretions (such as vomiting or diarrhea) as these will result in a loss of potassium in the excreted bodily fluids. Supplemental potassium can also be needed if you are on certain kinds of heart medicine. Muscle cramps are typically a sign of one being low in potassium. (MORE)
Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) : 3500 milligrams On a blood test from a lab, they report on a single unit scale, and most adults need between 2 to 5 on the test. If you have numbers above that, you may experience heart problems. Most minerals can be quite harmful if done to excess.
A alrge amount of water does come naturally through the foods we eat. However, a person should be drinking at least 64 fl. ounces of water (glasses or bottles of water) a day.
The daily potassium requirement for an adult is 4,700 mg per day.Loss potassium levels can lead to weakness, muscle cramps, andheart problems.
No more than 30% of calories from fat. For teenage girls - 55- 75 grams per day For teenage boys - 60 -90 grams per day
idk man just eat as much as you want but usually you need about 100 grams to maintain a healthy lifestyle
Adults should eat no more than 6g of salt a day. Children should have even less. 6g of salt is about a teaspoonful.
Based of 2000kcal diet the RDI for Potassium is 4700mg.The best sources for Potassium are almonds(728mg) and bananas(358mg) . One date provides around 5% of the the RDA. Potassium is also found in seeds, herbs and beans.
The amount of protein that you need depends on stuff like your age, size and how much excersise you do. There is a mathematical problem for it and if you like to use your body weight in pounds then you would multiply your body weight times .37 so if you weight 150 pounds then you would need 55 grams… of protein everyday. (MORE)
Depends if you're from Kazahkstan or not. If not, you won't need that much.. Hope that Helps! CobyGrey He's right in that it depends on your lifestyle. If you drink a descent amount of water each day, you will not need as much potassium as someone who drinks soda all the time. If you use …a water pill, or you sweat for a long period of time, on a regular basis, then most likely you will need more potassium to supplement the potassium that is being flushed out. I am diabetic, and use a water pill to help keep fluid retention at a minimum, therefore, I also have to take a 750mg potassium pill to replenish my potassium loss, or I get charlie horses (severely painful) in my sleep. Basically, if you drink as much water as you flush out, you will have the necessary potassium that your body requires. (MORE)
It depends how young your child is. I'm currently doing coursework on the subject so this site really helped me out. It highlights all the daily requirements. Just select an age group http://www.waitrose.com/food/healthandnutrition/healthyeatingforchildren.aspx
Ages 1-3 : 19 grams per day. Ages 4-8 : 25 grams per day. Boys 9-13 : 31 grams per day. Girls 9-13 : 26 grams per day. Boys 14-19 : 38 grams per day. Girls 14 - 19 : 26 grams per day. Note : I found these answers at. 'http://www.superkidsnutrition.com/nutrition_answers/mt_howmuchfiber.php'
three gallons each Day and one cup of sweet corn ( for a treat only!)
This depends on the weather. When it is hot they will need more than usual, and if it rains they wont need any. So song as the soil is moist they will be fine.
An active healthy adult needs around 2000-2500 calories per day. People who are involved in heavy physical activity like construction workers or weight lifters would require more calories to keep them going.
It depends on the individual's age, size, and activity level. However as a general rule, if you measure your body weight in kgs multiply it by .8 and if you measure your body weight in lbs, multiply it by .37. This would be your daily minimum..
The FDA has not set an RDA for fluoride. In fact, according to many sources, they have never actually approved its use. That has to do with fluoride being in use before the FDA was formed in 1938. Unfortunately, its use was in rat poison. Today, there is much debate concerning fluoride and its sa…fety (or more to the point, it being unsafe) for humans. As such, it appears that tolerance levels are the issue, rather than how much is needed daily. (MORE)
It all depends on how active you are and your age. Generally speaking everyone should take a good multi vitamin daily. This at the very least covers the basics to keep the body running effectually. People who are more physical need more specific supplements for the activity they do. A health care sp…ecialist should sit down with you, to over the physical activities you do and suggest the proper supplements and vitamins needed. Just common sence tells up that a 50 year old couch potato and a 50 year old bodybuilder require different vitamins, diets, and supplementation. (MORE)
This will depend on the individual horse. Some horses for one reason or another will need more or less food than others of his size. The type and quality of his feed is just as important as how much. As long as your horse is healthy and worm free and his teeth are in good condition I would try 1 to …1 1/2 flakes of a good oat or oat mix hay twice a day. If he is out in pasture and has plenty of grass there you may want to cut it down a little. Be careful about how much green grass he is getting from his pasture. It is very easy for horses of his size to over indulge on rich green grass and end up with laminitis (founder). Sometimes finding the right feed program for a horse is a trial and error operation. Watch him closely if he has dropped weight or has gained weight. Adjust the amount depending on how he is looking. Horses his size are usually easy keepers. (MORE)
For adults, 4700 mg per day is the normal need. But to lower bloodpressure, you'll probably want to decrease your sodium intake atthe same time as you get more (or enough) potassium. Fewer saltyfoods.
This can vary greatly depending on the horse's size, health and metabolism. But as an average, an adult quarter horse will eat 2 to 4 flakes of hay a day. If he has a large pasture it can be less.
A calf on its mother will commonly consume around 20% of its bodyweight in milk per day. Calves raised on the bottle or pail arealways traditionally fed around half that, 10% per day, or 4 to 8quarts per day, exact quarts fed depending on the calf's bodyweight.
You have probably heard the myth that you need to drink 8 glasses of water a day. In reality, you need about 8 cups of fluid (or 2 litres) a day. Some of that fluid will come from the water in your food, such as fruits and vegetables. Some will also come from milk, fruit juice and vegetable juice. S…oda, coffee and tea don't count because the caffeine is a diuretic, which causes you to lose water. Alcohol also causes you to lose water. You need extra water if you are exercising or if the weather is very hot. You need less if you weigh less than average. Drinking a glass of water before every meal will help you to lose weight. If you find it difficult to swallow plain water, try adding some fresh-squeezed lemon or lime juice, or a few slices of cucumber to your glass. (Sylvanwood Studio) (MORE)
My Cavalier is 3yrs 9 months and sleeps nearly all day!! They are quite happy to sleep all the time but will be happy to go for a walk or have a play as well.
If a man is relatively sedentary i.e. does not exercise regulary, then about 50g of protein is sufficient. However, if the man is relatively active or weight lifts often, then protein uptake should be increased, up to about 0.7-1 gram of protein per lb of body mass.
Whether you are working out or not if you are an adult male you need about 60 grams of protein everyday
A pitbull is a dog that requires daily excersice and playtime. A 40 minute walk could do the trick but if you could excersice you dog other than, is a lot better yet.
According to "health in motion .com" , a 4-8 yr old would need 3800mg of potasium daily. A9-13 yr old would need 4500mg qd. There is also a list of foods (& how much of each) containing potasium and how much in them.
You should keep their cage with timothy hay and veggies all day they will eat when they want too.
Daily water intake by a chicken is variable depending on season, ambient temperature, age, weight and even the breed of chicken. A good rule of thumb would be a half liter of water per bird per 24 hour period but all other factors would influence the need and they could consume more. Layers need mor…e than an average meat birds to compensate for water lost to egg production. Free range hens acquire much of their water from plants and would need to drink less. Always provide as much fresh, clean water as your birds can use. (MORE)
I have heard two different things. One said that they drink anywhere from 5 to 10 gallons a day. Another said they drink about 2% of their body weight a day. I don't know personally because my horses drink out of a pond. Supposing that you, like most people, feed your horses at least 2xs a day, I wo…uld think that if you had a 5 gallon bucket filled with water and you gave more water at each feeding, that should be enough. A horse needs to keep hydrated like us,so we should keep a a bucket of water in their stable at all times but incase a horse/pony is working,none during a lesson.But is extremly important we give plenty of water after they have been working! (MORE)
As an adult, 750mg a day unless pregnant or lactacting, or 9-18 years, 1250 mg a day, infants and children 100-500 mg a day, take with calcium for best absorption.
The government recommends 70g of fat per day for women and 95g for men. People who are trying to lose weight should still aim to consume 20 per cent of their total daily calories. But all this is from the 'good fats'.
The recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for vitamin B6 is 2.0 mg/day for the adult man and 1.6 mg/day for the adult woman.
On average, you need 15 minutes of sunlight exposure daily to be oversufficiently healthy but it isn't required
guinea pigs need to be checked on at least 3 times a day, needs to get out of the cage and play with its owner at least 2 times a day, and feed it at least 4 times a day. take care of your guinea pig ;D
for adults 15 or older you need 5 servings of dairy per day which would equal to about 3 big glasses of milk and for children 14 or younger you need 2-3 servings each day which would equal 2 big glasses of milk.
i'm afraid there is no exact answer. there are a lot of theoties about it.
The amount of food a dog requires depends on the type of food beingused along with the dog's age, physiology and energy requirements.It cannot be calculated from weight alone.