Are Potassium Salt Substitutes Safe and Effective?

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Are Potassium Salt Substitutes Safe and Effective? Are Potassium Salt Substitutes Safe and Effective?

Program Information

Date: March 25th, 2022 2:00 pm EDT

Duration: 1 Hour

Fewer than 1 in 5,000 Americans meet the federal recommendations to get enough potassium and not too much sodium. So, what about using potassium-based salt substitutes? Instead of sodium chloride—better known as salt—why not shake on some potassium chloride? That seems like it’s a little too good to be true. The same salty taste while you’re reducing sodium and increasing potassium? What’s the catch? Are potassium-based salt substitutes even safe? What about effective? I covered all of that in this one-hour webinar.

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