The food entries from the USDA food database all include the potassium info.
Food Entries by members probably does not include potassium since potassium is not listed on a food label. Therefore you are probably getting more than your report shows.
For example, if you eat Campbell's tomato soup. Use the generic tomato soup entry instead of the entry entered by a member. Do this whenever you can to see how your daily intake compares to your potassium goal amount.
For an extensive listing of foods with the amount of potassium, click here:ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/nutrients/index
Your SP Registered Dietitian
Edited by: DIETITIANBECKY at: 11/21/2013 (18:39)