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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.
The daily requirement of potassium is about five grams. Potassium is an essential ingredient of all the living cells. Whether vegetarian or nonvegetarian, there are plenty… of potassium rich foods, 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 Lactating 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:
The average adult should consume a minimum of 2000 milligrams of potassium daily. Foods that can help with the intake include bananas, white beans, baked potatoes and dark… leafy greens.
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10 to 12 glass of water daily
The average person's caloric intake need varies by their personal exercise and activity routines in addition to their metabolism. The general average is 2000 calories, bas…ed on a median, semi-active lifestyle of an average person.
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 fru…its and vegetables. There are circumstances where potassium is readily lost and needs to be replenished in excess of the minimum 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.
idk man just eat as much as you want but usually you need about 100 grams to maintain a healthy lifestyle
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 desc…ent 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.
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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 FD…A was formed in 1938. Unfortunately, its use was in rat poison. Today, there is much debate concerning fluoride and its safety (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.
Roughly 2000 mg a day
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 calor…ies. But all this is from the 'good fats'.