Some Thoughts on Sudden Cardiac Death – Part III

In parts I and II of this series I presented the large body of research that definitively demonstrates the intimate relationship between less than optimal potassium status and cardiac dysfunction, with particular emphasis on sudden cardiac death.  Then, in part II I presented the disturbing research that makes it clear that many prescription diuretics, the … Continue reading Some Thoughts on Sudden Cardiac Death – Part III

Some Thoughts on Sudden Cardiac Death – Part II

In part I of this series, I reviewed two papers that make it unmistakably clear that optimal potassium intake and metabolism are very crucial and very under-appreciated factors that need to be considered in relation to a health care tragedy that continues to take people, both young and old, away from the friends and relatives … Continue reading Some Thoughts on Sudden Cardiac Death – Part II