Potassium is essential for every cell in our bodies to function. It is mostly found in foods that have a sizable amount of carbohydrate like tubers, fruits, and vegetables. Even though it is found in leafy greens, which have a low carbohydrate content, you'd have to eat quite a bit of them to fulfill your potassium RDA. There's also talk that the RDA is too low even. So my question is: Do any VLCers routinely get enough potassium? What does a VLC day with suffficient potassium look like? And if you're on VLC and you don't get enough potassium, are you worried about it?
This question stems from my own inability to reach the potassium RDA without at least 100g carbs or so. I got 100% potassium in cronometer with only 75g carbs, but thats using 2 avocados. I'm also not sure I could eat that many vegetables, especially day after day.