This is not medical advice

This is my personal daily intake.

Below is my personal electrolyte balance method. I'm 65 years old, very male and just under 200 pounds. This is not medical advice. Increasing my personal daily potassium to 5 grams, or 6 if I cramp during a workout. If I cramp after a workout then I'll increase my magnesium from 2, up to 3 grams or a full teaspoon of MgSO4 or Epsom Salts. Within a hour I know if I've gone too heavy with magnesium. That which calcium binds; magnesium loosens. Again, this is not medical advice: This just Works4Me

 

"Adequate" Daily Intakes of Potassium

Age         Male          Female        

1–3       2,000 mg    2,000 mg 

4–8       2,300 mg    2,300 mg 

9–13     2,500 mg    2,300 mg 

14–18   3,000 mg    2,300 mg 

19–50   3,400 mg    2,600 mg  

51+ Yr.   3,400 mg    2,600 mg 

"Adequate" Daily Intakes of Magnesium

Age          Male         Female

1–3          80 mg        80 mg 

4–8        130 mg      130 mg 

9–13      240 mg      240 mg 

14–18    410 mg      360 mg 

19–30    400 mg      310 mg 

31–50    420 mg      320 mg 

51+        420 mg      320 mg

Mentor Use Only - This Is Not Medical Advice

 

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