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  1. And if you can't afford food, you def can't afford supplements.


  2. The proper term is the Sodium Potassium pump. The body has to maintain homeostasis between the 2. If one becomes overpowering, the individual cells could begin to implode on themselves. For instance, if you inject 5ml of K-HCL directly into the coratid artery, the person will die from the inside out. Why? Because the potassium caused the sodium-potassium pump to become out of whack. And as soon as 1 cell implodes, the ones surrounding it implode as well. Basic biology.

    http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu...y/nakpump.html

    http://www.khanacademy.org/science/b...potassium-pump
    I'm just trying to bring sexy back.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by DipStrong View Post
    The proper term is the Sodium Potassium pump. The body has to maintain homeostasis between the 2. If one becomes overpowering, the individual cells could begin to implode on themselves. For instance, if you inject 5ml of K-HCL directly into the coratid artery, the person will die from the inside out. Why? Because the potassium caused the sodium-potassium pump to become out of whack. And as soon as 1 cell implodes, the ones surrounding it implode as well. Basic biology.

    http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu...y/nakpump.html

    http://www.khanacademy.org/science/b...potassium-pump
    Op knows all, so your WRONG SUCKA!

  4. Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post

    Op knows all, so your WRONG SUCKA!
    ...but...but....but....biology ....and...chemistry...and science....
    I'm just trying to bring sexy back.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by DipStrong View Post

    ...but...but....but....biology ....and...chemistry...and science....
    That doesn't mean sheeeeeiiiitttt when your young, dumb, and full of cu.., well, full of something lol.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by jbryand101b View Post

    That doesn't mean sheeeeeiiiitttt when your young, dumb, and full of cu.., well, full of something lol.
    I'm only 19, lol. But science is my passion. Graduated high school with 2 awards in science, 4 ap science classes and 2 honors science classes, with a 3.43gpa.

    I fukcing love science!!!!!!! Lol
    I'm just trying to bring sexy back.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by DipStrong View Post

    I'm only 19, lol. But science is my passion. Graduated high school with 2 awards in science, 4 ap science classes and 2 honors science classes, with a 3.43gpa.

    I fukcing love science!!!!!!! Lol
    Oh.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by DipStrong View Post
    The proper term is the Sodium Potassium pump. The body has to maintain homeostasis between the 2. If one becomes overpowering, the individual cells could begin to implode on themselves. For instance, if you inject 5ml of K-HCL directly into the coratid artery, the person will die from the inside out. Why? Because the potassium caused the sodium-potassium pump to become out of whack. And as soon as 1 cell implodes, the ones surrounding it implode as well. Basic biology.

    http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu...y/nakpump.html

    http://www.khanacademy.org/science/b...potassium-pump
    This has absolutely nothing to do with hyperkalemia-induced cardiotoxicity.

    Elevated serum K+ (as seen in the potassium injections) causes hypoexcitability of voltage gated sodium channels due to inactivation by creating a pseudo-depolarized state. This makes it virtually impossible to fire action potentials across the SA-AV-Purkinje system, causing arrhythmia and death. Cells don't "implode." They may shrink due to hypertonicity, but this would not be observed with potassium since it is an inctracellular osmolyte.

  9. Yeah, well, my brain just exploded with Potassium information.

    Great information, as usual.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post

    This has absolutely nothing to do with hyperkalemia-induced cardiotoxicity.

    Elevated serum K+ (as seen in the potassium injections) causes hypoexcitability of voltage gated sodium channels due to inactivation by creating a pseudo-depolarized state. This makes it virtually impossible to fire action potentials across the SA-AV-Purkinje system, causing arrhythmia and death. Cells don't "implode." They may shrink due to hypertonicity, but this would not be observed with potassium since it is an inctracellular osmolyte.
    The fact that I understand this just means I need to take a break from the bio books =D

  11. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post

    This has absolutely nothing to do with hyperkalemia-induced cardiotoxicity.

    Elevated serum K+ (as seen in the potassium injections) causes hypoexcitability of voltage gated sodium channels due to inactivation by creating a pseudo-depolarized state. This makes it virtually impossible to fire action potentials across the SA-AV-Purkinje system, causing arrhythmia and death. Cells don't "implode." They may shrink due to hypertonicity, but this would not be observed with potassium since it is an inctracellular osmolyte.
    Blah blah blah. My potassium pump is bigger then yours.

  12. OP stop being so defiant. It's stupid and as Cooper said it's very dangerous. Stop relying on supplements to get your needs. Go eat some freaking food.

    Go watch Layne Norton's latest vlog, he talks about how dangerous potassium supplementation is. It can kill you!!

  13. To skew this back on topic - the use of supplements mfg for animals can pose their own health related issues, but then again isn't it the same if not better than anything from China thats not validated ? want to see my version of a cut and paste COA...
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