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Could you introduce some low potassium food?

Those fruits and veggies lowest in potassium are: apples, blueberries, limes, iceberg lettuce. Fruits and veggies are typically some of the best sources of potassium, which most people need MORE of. There are exceptions, however. Patients on kidney dialysis, for example, need to watch their potassium intake. For a full listing of nutrients found in most common fruits, check out our
What’s In A Half Cup of Fruit Guide and What’s In A Half Cup of Veggies Guide.

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