Is a Low-Potassium Diet Right for You?

Your doctor could advise you to try a low-potassium diet if you have hyperkalemia (abnormally high 

potassium levels in your blood). This may be a useful strategy for managing your disease and avoiding other

health problems. Although having too much potassium in your blood might harm your heart, symptoms aren't

always present. It may even pose a threat to one's life for certain people. Treatment and prevention

of these major issues, including hyperkalemia, can both benefit from a low-potassium diet. Follow your doctor's

recommendations for what and how much to consume, and be sure to get your bloodwork done on time. 

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