May 27, 2013 |
Summer-time is prime berry-picking season so we thought we’d give you all the info you need to bring berries into your diet without wreaking havoc on your kidneys.
Let’s start with some basics:
Low Versus High
Low potassium choices are 100 mg or less.
Medium potassium choices are 101 – 200 mg.
High potassium foods are 201 mg or greater.
Berries & Potassium(Amount of potassium)
|½ cup fresh Cranberries (43 mg)|
|½ cup frozen Blueberries (44 mg)|
|½ cup fresh Raspberries (98 mg)|
|½ cup fresh Blackberries (123 mg)|
|½ cup sliced fresh Strawberries (134 mg)|
|8 fresh Cherries (145 mg)|
|½ cup fresh Gooseberries (157 mg)|
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