Nutrition

Low potassium diet: notes and sources

WHO online information: New WHO guidance on salt and potassium in food
//www.who.int/mediacentre/news/notes/2013/salt_potassium_20130131/fr/

Michel Olmer: Living with kidney disease. 4th edition. Published by LIEN Association
(Liaison Information in Nephrology)
www.vivreavecunemaladiedesreins.fr

National Health Nutrition Program. JM Krzesinski, The hyerkalemia, this new killer?
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