As of 2015, the DaVita website offers a list of recommended foods for diabetics who need to limit potassium, phosphorus and sodium in their diets due to kidney disease. Examples of foods on the list are plain yogurt, who... More »

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The causes of low sodium levels include drinking too much water; disorders of the heart, liver or kidney; and certain medications such as diuretics, according to the Mayo Clinic. Conditions that cause chronic vomiting ca... More »

Use a potassium food chart to find out how much potassium is in certain foods and to monitor your overall potassium intake. People with certain kidney conditions are often put on low-potassium diets. More »

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In general, those with kidney disease should avoid foods with high protein, sodium, phosphorous and potassium, according to DaVita HealthCare Partners. Many fruits and berries, such as strawberries or cranberries, are re... More »

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People with kidney disease are advised to avoid foods that are high in sodium, potassium and phosphorus, according to MedlinePlus. Any foods that list sodium in the beginning of the ingredient list should be avoided. Exa... More »

A dialysis patient should avoid foods that are high in sodium, potassium and phosphorus, including bananas, cheese, chocolate, ice cream, peanut butter and dried beans, states DaVita. Other foods to avoid include oranges... More »

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Individuals with kidney disease avoid foods high in phosphorus, protein, sodium and possibly other nutrients, according to the National Kidney Foundation. Each individual’s optimal diet depends on various factors includi... More »

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