Food Low In Potassium

Certain foods contain only small amounts of potassium. These types of foods give less electrolyte properties per serving for individuals who need an increased level of potassium. Individuals with kidney problems or other illness may cause you to have too much potassium in your system.

In this case, you may need to limit the amount of potassium you ingest. You will need to consult with your doctor to find out the kinds of food low in potassium you will need to include in your daily menu.

Food low in potassium will generally have less than 125 mg per serving.

Here is a small list of food low in potassium:

• Blueberries
• Cabbage
• Apples
• Cucumber
• Grapes
• Cranberry juice
• Peppers
• Iceberg lettuce
• Mushrooms
• Plums
• Canned oranges (such as mandarins)
• Pineapples

Food labels now have a potassium listing on their nutritional content. To find out the potassium serving of certain foods, simply look at the label to see if each serving is 125 mg or less. This will indicate whether or not the food is low in potassium.

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