# Need help with my salt calculation

#1

Hi i have been wondering on my salt calculation feting that i have miscalculated the ratios
Im using and hoped somebody could help.

Potassiumchloride 69%, Sodiumchloride 30%. Potassium iodide. Iodide 5 Mg Per 100G.
and

Sodiumchloride 50%, Potasiumchloride 40%, Magnesiumsulfat 10%, iodide 5mg.

Jozo mineral salt
potassium chloride 52.445%(potassium)
(Chloride)47.555%
1g salt=690mg(Potassium Chloride)300mg (Sodium Chloride)
690mg pcl=361mg Po & 328mg Ch

Sodium chloride 39.337%(Sodium)
(Chloride)60.663%
1g salt=690mg(Potasium Chloride)300mg (Sodium Chloride)
300mg=118.011mg(Sodium) 181.989mg(Chloride)

1g= 509.989mg Chloride
361mg Potassium
118.011mg Sodium
5mcg Jod

Jozo: 69% kaliumklorid 30%Natriumklorid
36.1g/ kalium/100g
50,29g/chloride/100g
11,8g/Natrium/100g

36.1g/Kalium 69g Potasium klorid
32.1g/klorid 69g Potasium klorid

11,8g/Natrium 30g NAtriumklorid
18,19g/Chloride 30g Natriumklorid

Seltin: 40%Kaliumklorid 50%Sodium Chloride
20,97g/Potassium/100g
49,8g/chlorid/100g
19,5g/Sodium/100g

20.97g/Potassium 40g potassium chloride
19.g/Chloride 40g potassium chloride

19,5g/Sodium 50g
30,3g/chlorid 50g
it seams the Chloride is to much so i thing i have done something wrong in my calculations if somebody could help

#2

http://diy.soylent.me/recipes/myarter-3000kcal-v10
ow and hers my recipe. would love if somebody just could check the salts

#3

Not sure exactly what you’re looking for, but I’d say you have too much salt! If you’re not getting enough potassium in your recipe otherwise, you should probably find a more isolated source of potassium and use less of the other salts.

#4

i haven’t found any good sources of potassium salt in Sweden. But I’m just trying to get the right amount minerals/g

i don’t know if i have the right ratios.
i want to cheek the chloride and potassium levels in 100g of the mineral salt
if the potassium/chloride per gram and Sodium/chloride per/g

the only problem is the dame chloride