Foods Low In Potassium

40 Foods Very Low in Potassium

If you are low in potassium in your meals and need to boost your potassium this list will be helpful. This will help you learn which foods to not eat too many of. These low potassium foods are not all bad foods, they are just low potassium foods.

In fact, many of these foods are superfoods and full of nutrition and health benefits. It is all about balance.  So if you are low in potassium you will want to eat more foods High in Potassium.

Potassium Per measure mgs

Low Potassium Fruits – 1 ounce (28 g)

  • Pear nectar, canned                            3.6
  • Cranberry sauce, sweetened           7.3
  • Peach nectar, canned                         11.2
  • Pears, canned, water pack                14.8
  • Applesauce, canned, unsweetened  20.7
  • Blueberries, raw                                     21.6
  • Cranberry juice, canned, unsweetened 21.6
  • Cranberries, raw                                    23.8
  • Apples, raw, peeled                              25.2
  • Peaches, canned, water pack            27.7
  • Apple juice, canned, unsweetened 28.3
  • Grape juice, canned, unsweetened 29.1
  • Pineapple, raw                                        30.5
  • Watermelon, raw                                   31.4
  • Pineapple juice, canned, unsweetened 36.4
  • Grapefruit, raw, pink, red                   37.8
  • Lemon, raw, peeled                              38.6
  • Raspberries, raw                                    42.3
  • Strawberries, raw                                  42.8
  • Plums, raw                                                44.0
  • Blackberries, raw                                   45.4
  • Tangerines, raw                                      46.5
  • Grapes, raw                                              53.5

Low Potassium Vegetables – 1 ounce (28 g)

  • Alfalfa sprouts, raw                            22.1
  • Leeks, cooked, boiled                        24.4
  • Collards, cooked, boiled                   32.5
  • Eggplant, cooked, boiled                  34.4
  • Cucumber, raw, peeled                     38.1
  • Iceberg lettuce, raw                           39.5
  • Cauliflower, cooked, boiled             39.8
  • Green beans, cooked, boiled           40.9
  • Onions, raw                                            40.9
  • Peppers, green, raw                            49.0
  • Turnips, cooked, boiled                    53.5
  • Cabbage, cooked, boiled                   54.9
  • Carrots, cooked, boiled                     65.8
  • Corn, yellow, frozen, boiled            65.2

Other Low Potassium Foods

  • Bread or Bun  1 ounce (28 g)            35
  • Pasta  1/2 cup                                        35
  • Rice  1/3 cup                                          35

To increase the potassium in your meals then you need to check out this List of Foods High in Potassium. Eat more of these foods in all of your meals and snacks.

Also, find out if  You Are Getting Enough Potassium.

Diana Herrington

Diana has been writing about natural health and wellness for over 20 years. Having used foods to heal her own body, she now shares her wisdom with others.

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    • If you are low in potassium in your meals and need to boost your potassium this list will be helpful as this will help you learn which foods to not eat too many. These low potassium foods are not all bad foods, they are just low potassium foods. In fact many are superfoods.