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low potassium diet handout

A: What do you mean by what section of people? Why is that important? potassium is a necessary mineral and it helps in the daily functioning of the body. potassium is required for the muscles to work properly. Moreover potassium is required for proper functioning of the nervous system. Why would you want to go on a low potassium diet in any case? It does not make any sense. Unless you have a major kidney problem or something like that then you are better of eating normal levels of potassium. Some medications may not go well with potassium and this has to be considered. @Pushti

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Where Can I Find Recipes And Menus For A low potassium diet?

A: If searching for low potassium diet recipes is leaving you coming up short you can also try searching for recipes that are high in vitamin K. You should first find out what foods are low/high in potassium. You can do this by internet search, obtain a book on dietary information or asking your physician. Once you know what foods you are able to eat, look in a cookbook or on-line food site for recipes. Any center that treats renal disease or renal diabetes, such as a dialysis center, can offer you this information. For instance, the Mayo Clinic offers menu advice and recipes. You can find the recipes online or in cook books or from other...


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Where Can I Find Recipes And Menus For A low potassium diet?

A: If searching for low potassium diet recipes is leaving you coming up short you can also try searching for recipes that are high in vitamin K. You should first find out what foods are low/high in potassium. You can do this by internet search, obtain a book on dietary information or asking your physician. Once you know what foods you are able to eat, look in a cookbook or on-line food site for recipes. Any center that treats renal disease or renal diabetes, such as a dialysis center, can offer you this information. For instance, the Mayo Clinic offers menu advice and recipes. You can find the recipes online or in cook books or from other...


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Anyone on a low potassium diet?

A: Hey Halime! Glad to hear that your husband is home!!! what great news. I was on a low potassium diet for about 3 months. I was shocked at at all the information I learned. Here is a website that I used many times a day. It has a lot of good tips, foods to eat, foods not to eat, Lists foods with High potassium and low potassium. http://www.davita.com/diet-and-nutrition/diet-basics/a/479 PLEASE, let me know if you have any other questions about low potassium diet or something that the website says!!! I monitor my

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I Need Your Help To Learn How Can I Offer My Husband A low potassium diet?

A: Needing to eat a low potassium diet, can stem from kidney and other problems, that may cause too much potassium in the blood. Under these conditions the potassium consumed, should be limited to 2000mg of potassium per day. As a general marker, foods in the meat, fish, poultry and bread groups are low, provided, they have not been overly salted, which is a no no. Salt sould be substituted with herbal salts, containing no salt, and not salt substitute, which contains salt. Foods to avoid completely are chocolate, bananas,nuts, milk, yougurt,oatmeal and bran. There is an excellent web site which you sould have a look at...
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What Is The Best low potassium diet?

A: low potassium diets contain less than 2000 mg of potassium per day. Avoid salt substitutes Use only seasonings that do not contain potassium Limit fruits and vegetables to 4 servings (1/2 cup each) a day Limit milk products to 1/2 cup a day total. Avoid the following: Artichokes Butter beans, Dried peas, beans, lentils, Potatoes, French fries, chips, Sweet potatoes, Swiss chard, Tomato paste, Winter squash Yams Chocolate candy and beverages, Molasses, Nuts Apricots, Avocado, Cantaloupe, Honeydew Melon, Nectarines, Plantain, Tangelos and Bananas Potatoes may be consumed if they are cut up and soaked under water for 4 hours before cooking. Do...
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Is low Far Cottage Okay On A low potassium diet?

A: Is low fat cottage cheese okay on a low potassium diet?...
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What Would Be A Good Recipe For 3 Meals A Day On A low potassium diet? Breakfast, Lunch, And Dinner

A: I will indirectly answer the question:  Here are foods to avoid or limit intake of to keep potassium levels low: Very High potassium Fruits: • Apricots • Avocado • Cantaloupe • Honeydew Melon • Nectarines • Plantain • Tangelos Very High potassium Vegetables: • Artichokes • Butter beans • Dried peas, beans, lentils • Potatoes—baked, commercial French fries and chips • Sweet potatoes • Swiss chard • Tomato paste / puree • Winter squash • Yams Very High potassium Foods: • Chocolate candy or beverages • Molasses • Nuts In a potassium restricted diet, avoid the foods listed above and limit those listed be
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How Can I Find A low potassium diet?

A: The following list can help you identify what foods to limit the most.  potassium is everywhere. Very High potassium Fruits: • Apricots • Avocado • Cantaloupe • Honeydew Melon • Nectarines • Plantain • Tangelos Very High potassium Vegetables: • Artichokes • Butter beans • Dried peas, beans, lentils • Potatoes—baked, commercial French fries and chips • Sweet potatoes • Swiss chard • Tomato paste / puree • Winter squash • Yams Very High potassium Foods: • Chocolate candy or beverages • Molasses • Nuts In a potassium restricted diet, avoid the foods listed above and limit those listed be
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How Can I Together A low potassium diet For 3-meals A Day?

A: Avoid these foods: Very High potassium Fruits: • Apricots • Avocado • Cantaloupe • Honeydew Melon • Nectarines • Plantain • Tangelos Very High potassium Vegetables: • Artichokes • Butter beans • Dried peas, beans, lentils • Potatoes—baked, commercial French fries and chips • Sweet potatoes • Swiss chard • Tomato paste / puree • Winter squash • Yams Very High potassium Foods: • Chocolate candy or beverages • Molasses • Nuts In a potassium restricted diet, avoid the foods listed above and limit those listed below. Limit These High potassium Vegetables to One Serving (1/2 cup) A Day: • Asparagus • Beets • Brussels...
 
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