Last week Prenovaters couldn't get enough of Chunky Peanut Butter. And why not? Whether you're spreading it on crackers, dipping apple slices into it or making a PB&J sandwich, peanut butter is one of our most versatile and nutritious comfort foods. Plus, its potassium level isn't all that bad. At 238mg, two tablespoons of chunk peanut butter is barely disqualified from being low-potassium food.

Still, if you're a stickler with your low-potassium kidney diet, try the same serving size of Smooth Peanut Butter instead. It falls below the low-potassium cut-off (200mg) and adds equally savory flavor to your snacks.

 


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