A Renal Dietician’s Low Potassium Fruits and Vegetables

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Increasing Fruits and Vegetables Without Raising Potassium

Kidneys and Low Potassium Diet

Living a low potassium diet while trying to incorporate fruits and vegetables may seem impossible, but it isn’t! We’re here with Jen, registered dietitian nutritionist and board-certified renal nutritionist, to show you that it is more than possible, especially with these low potassium foods!

Low Potassium Foods Suggested By Registered Dietitian and Board-Certified Renal Nutritionist

Jen Hernandez, RDN, CSR, & LDN

Want more fruits and vegetables that are low in potassium? Check out Jen’s article “How to Balance Potassium in the Kidney-Friendly Diet” on her website.


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