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Helping you to control your potassium levels


Resources are available to help you control the levels of potassium in your blood

It is important to understand if you have a condition or are taking medicines that increase your chances of having high potassium and what you can do help bring your potassium level down if your doctor has advised you that there is too much in your blood. 

The resources on this page contain a lot of useful information. However, before making any changes to your diet always consult your doctor and do not stop taking any prescription medicines unless your doctor has told you to.

Your kidneys and high potassium

A comprehensive brochure outlining the reasons why some people are more likely to develop high potassium and steps to take to help manage the condition, including the importance of a low-potassium diet.

A leaflet to download on your kidneys and high potassium

Your guide to a low potassium diet

A practical guide on how to follow a low-potassium diet, including how to read food labels, what constitutes low-medium- and high-potassium foods, and examples of foods to eat and those to limit or avoid. The leaflet also provides guidance on serving sizes.

A guide to help you plan and stick to a low potassium diet

Patient tip sheet

A summary of the most important things to remember about the impact of high potassium, its symptoms and management, including a checklist to help you choose foods that are lower in potassium.

A tip sheet to help you choose foods that are lower in potassium