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Rejuvenis Potassium Aspartate +
Potassium Aspartate+ is a dietary supplement to
Support Proper Nerve and Heart Functions.*
Potassium Aspartate+ is a
combination of potassium and
aspartic acid along with vitamin B6 and Niacinamide for
optimum utilization by the body.
• Potassium is an essential dietary mineral and electrolyte.
• The term electrolyte refers to a substance capable of
• Normal body function depends on tight regulation of
potassium concentrations both inside and outside of
• Potassium plays a key role in cardiac, skeletal and
smooth muscle contractions.*
• Potassium deficiencies have been associated with:
m Irregular heart beat
m Muscle weakness
m Lack of energy
About Aspartic Acid
• Aspartates have been well researched for over 30 years.
• They are the combination of aspartic acid (an amino
acid) and a mineral.
• Aspartates have been used successfully in the treatment
of allergies, low mood states, chronic fatigue, as well as
cardiac and liver dysfunction.*
• Their success is due to the fact that aspartates are vastly
superior to other mineral transporters because of their
stability and ability to deliver the mineral to the inner
layer of the outer cell membrane.
• Because of this targeting effect, mineral aspartates have a
number of benefits.*
About Vitamin B6
• Vitamin B6, is essential to the nervous system and is
for normal brain function and for the production of RNA and
DNA (our genetic codes). B6 is involved in more bodily
functions than almost any other single nutrient.
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Amount Per Serving
Niacin (as niacinimide) 5 mg
Vitamin B6 2 mg
Potassium (from 500 mg potassium aspartate) 99 mg
Other ingredients: rice flour, gelatin.
Warning: If pregnant or
nursing, consult your health care
practitioner before taking this product.
• Suggested Use:
As a dietary supplement, take 1 capsule
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and
Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or
prevent any disease.
is an essential mineral needed to regulate water balance, levels of acidity,
blood pressure, and neuromuscular function. This mineral also plays a
critical role in the transmission of electrical impulses in the heart.
People with low blood levels of potassium
who are undergoing heart surgery are at an increased risk of developing
heart arrhythmias and an increased need for cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Potassium is also required for carbohydrate and protein metabolism.
Most fruits are excellent sources of potassium.
Beans, milk, and vegetables contain significant amounts of potassium.
High blood pressure can be a symptom for people
not taking potassium, which in turn is sparing diuretics, which can
lead to Kidney stones. Low potassium can lead to cardiac arrhythmia,
congestive heart failure, premenstrual syndrome and Stroke.
So-called primitive diets provided much greater
levels of potassium than modern diets, which may provide too little. Gross
deficiencies, however, are rare except in cases of prolonged vomiting,
diarrhea, or use of “potassium-depleting” diuretic drugs. People taking one
of these drugs are often advised by their doctor to take supplemental
potassium. Prescription amounts of potassium provide more than the amounts
sold over the counter but not more than the amount found in several pieces
Potassium and sodium work together in the body to
maintain muscle tone, blood pressure, water balance, and other functions.
Many researchers believe that part of the blood pressure problem caused by
too much salt (which contains sodium) is made worse by too little dietary