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Potassium Bicarbonate Powder 100g

Description

Potassium bicarbonate (KHCO3) is an alkaline mineral that’s available in supplement form.

Potassium is an important nutrient and electrolyte. It’s found in many foods. Fruits and vegetables, such as bananas, potatoes, and spinach are excellent sources.

Potassium is necessary for cardiovascular health, strong bones, and muscle function. It supports the ability of muscles to contract. This makes it important for maintaining a strong, regular heartbeat, and for digestive health. Potassium can also help counter the negative effects of a diet that is too acidic.

CAUTION
Pregnant and nursing women should not take this supplement.
People with specific disorders should not take this supplement.
These conditions include:

Addison’s disease
kidney disease
colitis
intestinal blockage
ulcers
Potassium bicarbonate may interfere or interact with certain medications, some of which affect potassium levels
It’s important to discuss your specific medical needs with your doctor before taking supplements.

$36.00 excl. GST

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Dimensions: N/A .1 kg

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Potassium bicarbonate (KHCO3) is an alkaline mineral that’s available in supplement form.

Potassium is an important nutrient and electrolyte. It’s found in many foods. Fruits and vegetables, such as bananas, potatoes, and spinach are excellent sources.

Potassium is necessary for cardiovascular health, strong bones, and muscle function. It supports the ability of muscles to contract. This makes it important for maintaining a strong, regular heartbeat, and for digestive health. Potassium can also help counter the negative effects of a diet that is too acidic.

CAUTION
Pregnant and nursing women should not take this supplement.
People with specific disorders should not take this supplement.
These conditions include:

Addison’s disease
kidney disease
colitis
intestinal blockage
ulcers
Potassium bicarbonate may interfere or interact with certain medications, some of which affect potassium levels
It’s important to discuss your specific medical needs with your doctor before taking supplements.

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