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Message Subject I eat the same 3 meals a day, every day, and have for a very long time
Poster Handle Veresanctus
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Actually that is a fairly healthy menu except I would replace the rice with potatoes and butter since rice has very little nutrients and butter ads much needed fatty acids and other vitamin co-factors, I would also add some greens like spinach for minerals eaten with a fat like butter to help with absorption etc.
 Quoting: Veresanctus

Yeah I think its a pretty good/balanced plan too. I have actually switched up the oatmeal with potatoes in the past for breakfast with the eggs. I could have chicken and potatoes instead of chicken and rice. Ive actually thought of that myself. I may do that if I ever get tired of the chicken and rice. The potatoes do have a little better micronutrient profile and a good source of potassium. Its just so easy with the chicken and rice.
 Quoting: Holden 32744103

True, also consider that you need at LEAST 4700mg(4.7grams) of potassium every day to prevent deficiency down the road.

Most people don't get enough our soils used to have much more, it's hard to get enough.
 Quoting: Veresanctus

He's getting that in the chicken and beans alone....plus he is eating a banana a day and has a multi-vitamin.
Combined that goes waaaaaay over that threshold you listed.
 Quoting: Useless Cookie Eater

On the surface you would think but really look at the highest potassium foods in his diet...

"The average amount of Potassium in 100g of chicken... is 251.20 mg of Potassium."

"Beans, Kidney 713mg per cup"

"1 banana = 422mg of potassium"

PLUS add the average potassium in all the other foods if any 250mg

= ONLY 1636 milligrams NOT EVEN HALF of what you need which is 4700 milligrams at LEAST.

As for vitamins he doesn't mention taking potassium and multivitamins have very little if any potassium and those that do only have a max of 99mg per pill by law.
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