While easily found, when working out you may need to increase your potassium intake. Your body releases potassium stores while you’re exercising, mostly through sweat. If you are an athlete this is even more critical as athletes train for long periods of time at frequent intervals and deplete more of their potassium stores.
It’s important to consume potassium after your workout as that’s when your body has just lost it and needs it back. If you have low potassium levels, your muscles may begin to cramp and you may feel an overall fatigue and weakness.
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