295 Potassium Leakage Helps to Maintain Cellular Resting Potentials

The resting potential results in part from potassium flow through ‘leak channels’ that are always open and allow potassium just to flow out of the cell. So, potassium is at higher concentration in the cell than out. Wouldn’t you expect that the potassium would simply flow out of the cell until the concentration of potassium […]

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The Sodium Potassium Pump – How Nutrition Affects Our Brain

Hello my name is Brian Theiss. I’m the founder of TheissCare. Today I’m excited to introduce Dr. Alex Hoffman. Dr. Alex Hoffman is a great professor and a great educator and he’s going to help us here a TheissCare take a very complicated process and make it easier easier for us all to understand. What […]

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How to Maintain Potassium Levels in Kidneys | English | Kidney Expert|

A person suffering from kidney problems need to avoid some minerals. One of these mineral is potassium. Normal amount of potassium is required for proper functioning of body heart and muscles patients with kidney failure are at increased risk of increasing potassium in the blood. The removal of potassium by the kidneys in the blood […]

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“Gummy Bear Experiment” with molten Potassium chlorate

Warning All content here meant to be Educational,None of the above experiment should be repeated on your own. Welcome to C For Chemistry Gummy Bear is a sugar-rich candy. It could readily oxidize under Oxygen-rich environment. Bunsen flame heats the tube evenly by torching it at different angle. Pure Potassium chlorate melts at 356 Degree […]

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FOODS MORE POTASSIUM THAN BANANA | SURPRISING FACTS!! MUST WATCH

Hello Friends welcome to health and beauty planet according to National Health Institute most people need four point seven gram of potassium every day if you don’t take enough potassium in your daily diet you become potassium deficient potassium is present in all your cells of body not in the blood that’s why it is […]

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