Magnesium and Potassium. Both could be taken in form of pills, but you can also eat food every day that keeps your electrolytes in a good balance. Ripe bananas have a lot of potassium, but as long as we eat too much salt by eating processed food in home or restaurant-cooked food we will not get a good balance in the ratio 3:1, means 3 times more potassium than salt. Potassium is in bananas, squash, lima beans, potatoes, papaya, oranges, raisins. If you eat a lot of fried chickens - you will find that the potassium level decreases a lot, due to a high level of sodium.
A rule here is: the more natural food, the higher potassium. Learn more by reading the book: The New Eating Right for a Bad Gut, written by Ph.d. James Scala, a nutrition doctor. He has interviewed more than 100 with Crohn/U.C to write this book, so he has learned from our experience and his science what is good for us. Does not at all promote a diet, but we learn what kind of food is that is suitable to stop diarrhea, to balance the electrolytes, to get rid of fatique, to avoid obstructions ..,/Bee