2.Start printing out pages from USDA Nutrient Database for Potassium levels of foods. I looked at the first 26 pages & printed out 16 I will use.
3. Related to #2,Look at 232 page list of Potassium Foods & take note of what pages need to printed & what foods are on the pages that are to printed, list is alphabetical, not food category. Make list of most important pages to print first. Not all pages need to be printed, ex. some is baby foods & exotic foods, restaurants etc.
I have mild chronic kidney disease stage 2, but have a side effect most people get at stage 5 where my kidneys build up the Potassium levels & it becomes toxic. I need a low Potassium diet immediately, so that is why I must do most relevant lists first.
I have pleurisy, 2 types of anemia, macrocytic anemia, Iron deficiency anemia, from blood transfusions with wrong antibodies, causes blood to replace daily instead of 100 days, chronic pneumonia, pleurisy, chronic kidney disease, a partially collapsed lung, low blood pressure & blood clots in both lungs for 3 years. Now formed scar tissue.I am 56 years old. I had cervical cancer 6 years ago, no signs last 4 years as well. I have new blood clots now,2019.I am on P.S.T. time zone.
“What you eat in private will show up in public.” ~Unknown “Don’t dig your grave with your own knife and fork.” ~English Proverb “Don’t eat anything your great-great grandmother wouldn’t recognize as food.” ~Michael Pollan (Karen)