Electrolytes, and their homeostasis, are important contributors to our health and they become critical factors in ketogenic diets like Dr Gundry’s Plant Paradox protocol. Attached is a list of Plant paradox compliant foods that are high in Potassium. Foods on the list were selected because they are typically eaten in amounts that contribute significantly to nutrient intake.

 

 

# Description

K(mg)/100 g

Na(mg)/100 g

   

 

 

1 Whey; acid or sweet, dried (average)

2184

1023

2 Seeds; hemp seed, hulled

1200

5

3 Nuts; pistachio nuts, raw

1025

1

4 Egg; white or whole, dried (average)

832

878

5 Seeds; flaxseed

813

30

6 Chocolate; dark, 70-85% cacao solids

715

20

7 Dates; deglet noor or medjool (average)

676

2

8 Vegetables: spinach, raw; swiss chard, beet greens, boiled, without salt (average)

672

200

9 Yam (sweet potato); cooked, boiled, drained, or baked, without salt

670

8

10 Nuts; pine nuts, hazelnuts, almonds blanched, brazil, walnuts (average)

630

19

11 Shellfish; octopus or clams, cooked in moist heat (average)

629

831

12 Taro; tahitian, cooked, without salt

623

54

13 Seeds; sesame butter, paste

582

12

14 Fish; salmon (atlantic, wild), mahimahi, halibut, cooked, dry heat (average)

563

84

15 Nuts; coconut meat, dried (desiccated), creamed

551

37

16 Chicken; ground, raw

522

60

17 Avocados; raw, California

507

8

18 Plantains; yellow, raw

487

4

19 Pork; fresh, loin, country-style ribs, lean only, boneless, cooked, roasted

486

72

20 Beef; round, top round, lean only, cooked, pan-fried

484

65

   

 

 

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