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This is a discussion on what fitness are you doing for SHTF within the Food, Health and Fitness Survival forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Originally Posted by The Resister Have you ever had your doctor check your potassium level? Being a hypochondriac, my doctor has checked every orifice in ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Resister View Post
    Have you ever had your doctor check your potassium level?
    Being a hypochondriac, my doctor has checked every orifice in my body--several times.

    Yes, my wife keeps the house stocked with bananas...

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    To build and maintain my core I religiously keep up with my 12 oz curls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tourist View Post
    Being a hypochondriac, my doctor has checked every orifice in my body--several times.

    Yes, my wife keeps the house stocked with bananas...
    The only other thing that might benefit you is the life screening deal.

    Health Screenings | Preventive Health Screening Tests

    It's $150 and I know a couple of people that did benefit from it. The fact that those tests caught some conditions (missed by the doctors) on a couple of people I know are the only reason I am recommending them.

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    I quit drinking beer, quit Januvia and Metformin and sugar is cool. I walk a lot , most times with a bug out MOLLE Ruck, or a PC .

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    Im 40 yrs old and the fittest I've ever been! I gotta figure out how to get bulked and toned. Im thinking creatine after work out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Resister View Post
    Have you ever had your doctor check your potassium level? Had the same problem, a naturopath suggested eating bananas every week. The pain subsided, but lately I've been trying to climb trees and have some weird obsession with scratching my butt.
    In short, aim to consume 3,500–4,700 mg of this mineral per day from foods. People who need more potassium should aim towards the higher end. Summary: A healthy adult should aim to consume 3,500–4,700 mg of potassium daily from foods. Certain groups of people should aim to consume at least 4,700 mg per day.Jul 11, 2017
    How Much Potassium Do You Need Per Day? - Healthline
    https://www.healthline.com/nutrition...assium-per-day

    Very few people get enough.

    beet tops 1300mg
    potato 1000mg
    avocado 975mg
    lima beans 975mg
    salmon 839mg
    spinach 839mg
    squash 801mg
    brussel sprouts 504mg
    bananas 422mg
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    I had blood work done and the doctor immediately gave me Vitamin D3. He said my level was very very low. It helped allot to get me back up to normal energy levels.
    A person on another forum had same issue, but thought it was his due to chemo therapy, as he was completed and we all know how chemotears ya down. After tons of tests etc, they finally looked at his Vitamin D level and it was virtually zero. He was up at 7, down by ten, up at 3 down to sleep by 7/8. Could not get energy levels up. D3 helped allot he states.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve40th View Post
    I had blood work done and the doctor immediately gave me Vitamin D3. He said my level was very very low. It helped allot to get me back up to normal energy levels.
    A person on another forum had same issue, but thought it was his due to chemo therapy, as he was completed and we all know how chemotears ya down. After tons of tests etc, they finally looked at his Vitamin D level and it was virtually zero. He was up at 7, down by ten, up at 3 down to sleep by 7/8. Could not get energy levels up. D3 helped allot he states.
    I take D3 with K2.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Annie View Post
    I take D3 with K2.

    How much K2 and what brand

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    @Steve40th I get mine here.
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