Maybe it’s because both minerals start with the letter “p” that people find it confusing to distinguish between potassium and phosphorus. This article, written by DaVita renal dietitian, Helen Dorrough, will try to help you understand the difference between the two, and explains why both are limited in the dialysis diet. In addition to identifying “double jeopardy” foods high in both potassium and phosphorus, you’ll find a list of low potassium and low phosphorus food alternatives to help you do well on the kidney diet.Learn More »
Discover which foods are low and high in phosphorus. The more knowledge you have, the better you can manage your phosphorus levels on a kidney diet.Learn More »
How do you treat too much phosphorus when you have kidney disease? Learn more on how you can control phosphorus levels.Learn More »
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