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Foods To Avoid Or Limit If Your Kidneys Are Note In Good Condition

If you have a kidney problem, it’s crucial to watch your consumption of sodium, potassium, and phosphorus. Several items contain high amounts of sodium, potassium, and phosphorus. 

According to Healthline, some of the foods to limit or avoid eating when you have kidneys disease include:

1. Bananas: Bananas are greatly known for their high potassium content. One medium banana offers 422 mg of potassium. If you have been asked to limit your potassium consumption, it may not be easy if a banana is your daily fruit choice. You can switch to pineapples which contain less potassium than other tropical fruits and can be a more suitable yet tasty alternative.

2. Brown rice: Brown rice is a whole grain that has a greater potassium and phosphorus content than white rice. Every cup of cooked brown rice has 149mg of phosphorus and 95mg of potassium, while one cup of cooked white rice contains only 69mg of phosphorus and 54 mg of potassium.

3. Oranges and orange juice:

While oranges and orange juice are known for their vitamin C content, they are also rich sources of potassium. One large orange provides 333 mg of potassium. Additionally, there are 458 mg of potassium in one cup of orange juice (24Trusted Source. Because of their potassium content, oranges, and orange juice likely have to be avoided or limited on a renal diet.

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