Hey There Prenovaters,

With summer winding down, you seem to be thinking more and more about cook-outs. At least, we're guessing that's why you've been searching the Food-Grading Engine for meat and fish more often in the last couple weeks.

In particular you searched for a low-potassium fish, Pickled Herring. Although 1 serving of this fish might match your potassium requirements, it probably has too much sodium to fit into your overall kidney guidelines.

For the record, most pickled and canned products have much more sodium than their fresh counterparts. Instead of pickled herring, try Grilled or Baked Perch. It qualifies as a low-potassium food, and even better, it has one fourth the sodium in pickled herring.



For more nutrition facts and other simple substitutes onPrenovate's Food-Grading Engine.