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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Eating a low protein diet and limiting sodium, potassium and phosphorus can help people with chronic kidney disease preserve kidney function for as long as possible, according to The National Kidney Foundation. Depending... More »

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Some general dietary recommendations for chronic kidney disease patients include eating a low-protein diet, limiting fluid intake and moderating consumption of certain electrolytes, such as sodium, potassium and phosphor... More »

The recommended diet for chronic kidney disease usually suggests reducing a patient's sodium, potassium and protein intake, states the Mayo Clinic. However, dietitians customize patients' diets depending on the condition... More »

Kidney patients taking hemodialysis need to consume a diet of high-protein foods, as well as foods low in salt, phosphorus and potassium, states the National Kidney Foundation. It is important to consult a physician to d... More »

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