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Is there any potassium in vodka?

Is there any potassium in vodka?

A 1-ounce shot of vodka contains 0 milligrams of potassium. A 1-cup serving of lemonade from concentrate has 42 milligrams of potassium, which is less than 1 percent of the 4,700 milligrams you need on a daily basis.

Does any liquor have potassium in it?

Potassium is categorized as an electrolyte. Alcohol, such as rum, vodka and whiskey, contains just 1 milligram of potassium — not enough to make a notable impact on your daily intake. The amount of potassium in beer is modest, with 96 milligrams in one average 12-ounce can.

Can alcohol raise potassium levels?

Alcohol or drug use This breakdown can release a high amount of potassium from your muscle cells into your bloodstream.

Does drinking alcohol deplete potassium?

Alcohol-dependent people may also have anemia (low blood cell count), as well as electrolyte disturbances including low potassium, low magnesium, and low calcium.