Potasio y sales de potasio: Beneficios y riesgos para la salud

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-1 #2 Salvador Mateus 06-02-2014 12:44
Articulo muy interesante
Existen estudios de la aplicación de mezclas de KCl y NaCl en alimentos cárnicos procesados?
Es decir en jamones, embutidos, chorizos
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0 #1 Vicente Pantuso 28-12-2013 13:20
Es muy importante este estudio sobre el Potasio en la Presion Arterial.
Como influye el platano de fruta en el contenido de K en la sangre?. Si se que necesario para la Bomba de sodio-potasio en las celulas.Gracias .
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