Healthy kidneys help to keep the right amount of potassium in your body. When you have kidney disease, there is a chance that your potassium levels can get too high which can have serious consequences. Even though potassium comes from the foods you eat, there are also medicines you can take to help you control potassium. To manage potassium long-term, your doctor may recommend you take potassium binders in addition to tracking your potassium intake. At first, it can be challenging to track what you eat and drink and adjust to taking new medicines. Over time, working with your doctor or dietitian can help you create a potassium management plan that works best for you.
Join our webinar to learn more about:
- How potassium binders can help you control potassium long-term
- How to use food labels to track potassium in your diet
- Tips for sticking to your potassium management plan