If I remember correctly, Almond Milk is generally a low-protein food. Compare Nutrition labels of alternatives. I use a light Soy Milk - my little grandson has protein/calcium enriched Rice Milk.
There is no law which states that Potassium, or a lot of other nutrients, needs to be on the nutrition label. Be aware that if you are tempted to use ANY supplements, then discuss it with your Dr first and also it might be beneficial to ask for a referral to a Registered Dietitian to ensure that you ARE getting the nutrients you need. Potassium is one supplement that can have very serious consequences to a person's health if taken when not needed! There are many others which can have a negative affect on your health if not needed, too.
Fish is an excellent source of protein - and healthy fats.
Lentils and Quinoa are also good protein sources.
Peas are a great source of protein and fibre
Baked Beans, Black Beans, Red Kidney Beans and Chick Peas are also good protein sources.
Egg Whites are an excellent source of protein, but the yolk also has protein and other nutrients which the white doesn't have.
Nuts are quite good, have fibre and also healthy fats, but are loaded in calories so don't go overboard.
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