Unless you are looking up and recording potassium for every food you enter into your tracker...you are likely always going to get a report that says you are low. The biggest reason is that the Nutrition Facts Table and the USDA data base only provide specific number for those that are required by law for food products. Potassium may be listed as percent daily values, but it is not required.
Here is a pretty lengthy list of High-Potassium Foods
Apricot , raw dried
Milk, all types
Nuts and Seeds
Salt Substitutes/Lite Salt
Salt Free Broth
Dried Beans and Peas
Greens, except Kale
Potatoes, white and sweet
If you are including many of these and taking a prescribed supplement (be sure you are entering that into your tracker) then you are likely doing great!
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