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Does lemonade has high potassium?

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Dr. Michael Warlick
26 years experience
Lemons have some K+: Lemons have around 80mg potassium per serving. Other foods have higher potassium content like broccoli (468mg/ serving) or bananas (462mg/ serving). Lemonade potassium content would depend on if real lemons were used, how many were used and how much of the lemonade you consume.

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A 60-year-old member asked:

Why is my potassium high?

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Dr. Lonna Larsh
Family Medicine 31 years experience
Not enough info here: Your potassium could be high because of a problem taking your blood. If there was difficulty taking your blood, the red blood cells can "lyse" or open up, leaking out potassium. The result will show a high potassium level, even when it is really normal. Other causes of high potassium are kidney problems or from certain medications.

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