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Sunday, August 12, 2012

I am trying to organize my time better so I can make progress with my lifestyle journey. Am rearranging my time to be able to fit in eating more healthier foods at home. Would like to get suggestions for quick meals that are low in potassium that I can prepare quickly. If anyone can help, I would really appreciate it greatly. Thank you my Sparkfriends.
God Bless,
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  • TATTER3
    Never heard of that except for renal patients...Look at food contents...stay away from oranges/bananas..
    2671 days ago
  • FISHINGLADY66
    I hope you get some good ideas. I'll see what I can find.
    2672 days ago
  • NELLIEC
    I do track Potassium, but that is because since I have an ostomy, I have to make sure I get enough. I take a potassium supplement also.

    I am of no help to avoiding potassium!
    2672 days ago
  • SAVINGHANNAH
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    2672 days ago
  • SANDRALEET
    Potato banana milk all are high in potassium There is all so in oranges and apricots
    2672 days ago
  • EDITOR
    I am on Potassium medication for low so I am of no help.
    2672 days ago
  • 2BE-MY-BEST
    My suggestion would be to google low potassium foods and then look for recipes for those foods. Off the top of my head I can't think of any. God Bless!
    2672 days ago
  • FLEMIDG
    Potassium is something I have never thought to track either. Other than bananas and potatoes, I'm not sure what else contains potassium. Good luck with ;your challenge. Let us know how it goes.
    2672 days ago
  • KAYDE53
    That's a great goal! I need to do that too! I guess I've never tracked potassium so I'm no help in that department! Hope someone out there can help!! God bless you too!!! Have a great & healthy week!! emoticon
    2672 days ago
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