Eating Out With Hyperkalemia

Select Low-Potassium Foods:

Order potassium-low foods. White rice, pasta, bread (without whole grains or nuts), lean meats like chicken or turkey

Limit High-Potassium Foods:

 Bananas, oranges, tomatoes, potatoes, spinach, avocados, and beans are potassium-rich foods to avoid. Avoid recipes that may include these components.

Request Changes:

Ask the server to lower potassium content in your order. You may have veggies on the side instead of in a meal.

Grilled and Steamed:

Grilled, baked, or steamed foods are safer since they use less high-potassium components. Grilled meats, simple rice, and steamed veggies are typically best.

Avoid Processed Foods:

 Preservatives and additives in processed foods may include potassium. Use fresh, complete ingredients.

Choose Sauces Wisely:

Potassium-rich sauces and condiments. Request basic sauces like olive oil and vinegar on the side to restrict your consumption.

Talk to Staff:

 Inform the restaurant staff of your hyperkalemia-related dietary restrictions. They may propose dishes or inform the kitchen.

Plan Ahead:

Check the restaurant's online menu for low-potassium alternatives before you eat. You may make an educated selection and avoid hazards this way.



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