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Looks like calcium plays a large role in getting water, nutrients, etc in and out of the cell wall.
http://www.realtime.net/anr/minerals.html

Does anyone see anything they don't agree w/ re: what it says each mineral is good for or symptoms of same?



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Hi Henriette,

when young, very hot weather was always handled better with 'salt tablets' (KCl ...potassium chloride) in water.  For a kid, even 1/2 a tab = relief.  

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Hi italybound,

it's really difficult to answer you re. minerals because their involvement is so diverse .... for instance zinc is in many more than 140 different enzymes and the count for calcium is more than 300.  These are only two of the major minerals ... other minerals are not as involved as these two.

Calcium in the GI tract is moderated by PgE1 (prostaglandin E1).  This is very important and even a drug company (Searle ????????? has made a synthetic PgE1 for this purpose (C. Bates).

John


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Hi Henriette,

when young, very hot weather was always handled better with 'salt tablets' (KCl ...potassium chloride) in water.  For a kid, even 1/2 a tab = relief.  

John


Thanks John- never concidered salt tablets- will IF this heat contiues.


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I'm pretty sure I remember celery and celery juice being very good for the body during hot weather.  Isn't it high in both potassium and naturally occuring sodium?  I know I crave celery juice during heat waves.



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I'm pretty sure I remember celery and celery juice being very good for the body during hot weather.  Isn't it high in both potassium and naturally occuring sodium?  I know I crave celery juice during heat waves.



According to the spiral bound book Composition and Facts about Foods by Ford Heritage,

Potassium:
Celery has 341mg of potassium per 100 grams edible portion.

There are quite a few foods that are much higher.  Of about 215 foods listed for potassium, celery is right in the middle.  (High foods would be Dulse=8060, Kelp=5273, Irish Moss=2844, Dried soybeans=1677, Dried Lima beans=1529, Rice bran=1485, Dried Banana=1477.)

Sodium:
Celery is listed as #12, out of about 180 foods listed, with 126mg per 100 grams edible portion.  (Other higher sodium foods would be, Kelp=3007, Irishmoss=2872, Green Pickled Olives=2400, Dulse=2085, Sevillano Olive (ripe)=828.)

Celery is easy to pack as a snack and sounds like a good choice.  


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celery for sodium
bananas for potassium

YUM

p.s.  Of course, there's always seaweed.  Top notch foods.  Taste . . . mmmmm. . . ?  ?  It's an individual matter.  



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celery for sodium
bananas for potassium

YUM

p.s.  Of course, there's always seaweed.  Top notch foods.  Taste . . . mmmmm. . . ?  ?  It's an individual matter.  


I have two bags of dried seaweed in my cupboard.  Still trying to decide when to eat them lol!


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Toasted, crumbled Nori is delicious tossed with chinook salmon and a bit of salt-pickled ginger!  
And dulse flakes are good in bland baked vegetables like parsnips, kohlrabi and turnips.



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