Researchers at the University of California, San Fransisco (UCSF) analyzed 159 Stone Age diets and found that the average potassium intake was 15,600 mg of potassium per day versus an average today of roughly 2,700 mg per day in the US (Sebastian, 2006).
This means we evolved consuming roughly 5-6 times MORE potassium than we consume today! (15,600 mg vs 2,700 mg)
I believe that potassium bicarbonate is vastly superior to ALL blood pressure drugs because potassium bicarbonate is giving the body exactly what it needs—more potassium and more bicarbonate!
I believe that Potassium Bicarbonate is superior to Potassium Chloride because through human evolution we consumed a lot MORE potassium, a lot MORE bicarbonate, a lot LESS sodium and a lot LESS chloride as noted by the same researchers in 2001 (Frassetto, 2001).
This tells me that potassium bicarbonate is the potassium supplement to use, NOT potassium chloride.
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