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A person with chronic kidney disease may have to follow a low-potassium diet, according to the National Kidney Foundation. Healthy kidneys regulate the amount of potassium in the body, but when disease compromises the ki... More »

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A typical low-potassium diet may be ordered by a doctor, and it typically represents several food groups with foods that are known to have low potassium levels, such as certain proteins, vegetables and fruits. In some ca... More »

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Low-potassium diet recipes are on websites for the Northwest Kidney Centers, Renal Support Network and Kidney Foundation of Canada. On the Kidney Centers' recipe page, users select Low Potassium from a drop menu. More »

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