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BioCare Potassium Citrate - 90 x 100mg Vegicaps

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Product code: 648

Description

Potassium Citrate provides potassium ions naturally bonded to citric acid. Citric acid is an organic acid widely found in fruits, which effectively bonds with many minerals and trace nutrients acting as an efficient transport mechanism in the diet.

Features of Potassium Citrate:

  • Potassium helps regulate the fluid and acid/alkaline balance in the body;
  • Potassium is required in protein synthesis and helps the body deal withmetabolic end by-products;
  • Potassium may be required by individuals taking diuretics;
  • Potassium stimulates peristalsis, the muscle reflex in the intestines and stomach;
  • Potassium is required for nerve transmission and heart rhythm;
  • Potassium assists with oxygen transportation to the brain;
  • Potassium citrate requires little acidification prior to absorption.

Contents

90 x 100mg Vegicaps

One vegicap typically provides: Content
Potassium 100mg

Ingredients

Potassium Citrate, Bulking Agent (Cellulose), Capsule (hypromellose), Anti-caking Agent (Magnesium Stearate).

Usage

Dosage Guide:

Take 1 vegicap daily with food or as professionally directed.

Notes

Contraindication:

Do not use when there is a history of renal disease or with those advised to follow a low potassium diet.

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