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From: healthulk (174.6.70.251)
Subject:         chest pain questions
Date: December 11, 2012 at 2:16 am PST

hi doug,

i posted last week about my heart/chest pains from too much
potassium. i am beginning to get pains after everything i eat.
more potassium more discomfort. last week i read that salt
will help balance high potassium levels. i tried it once and
it alleviated the pain which was great. many days went by and
the pains continued. tonight i tried some sea salt again with
my meal and my chest pains got better. im going to the doctor
to have my levels checked tomorrow. ill see where i am at.

also, i read that improper kidney function could be a cause
for these high potassium symptoms.

for the past 5 days i have lowered my high potassium foods and
increased foods like carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, spinich,
apples, pears and berries as these have a lower content of
potassium. its a touch better but still no luck. it seems to
be getting worse slowly. ive been doing 811 for about 5 weeks
now.

my question is doug, 811 is low salt, high potassium diet. i
read that we need equal sodium to potassium ratio, or slightly
more potassium is fine to maintain proper levels.

1. am i the only one having these symptoms? what do you
recommend i do? am i eating the wrong fruits and veg that dont
have enough sodium?

2. what do you suggest for lowering my levels and/or possibly
strengthening my kidneys if you this is my problem?

thanks so kindly for you help,
cheers

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