Amounts of Potassium & Magnesium in Snack Foods

If you have Bartter’s or Gitelman’s Syndrome you should know that diet alone cannot come close to correcting the potassium and magnesium deficiencies. At the same time, if you are going to eat a snack, you might as well have something that adds rather than detracts from your levels. Looks like a bag of peanuts would be a good choice, and popcorn would be a poor choice.
You may also be interested in a Chart of Foods High in Magnesium

Potassium and Magnesium in common snack foods

22 Roasted Almonds
198 mg Potassium
74 mg Magnesium
18 Cashews
150 mg Potassium
72 mg Magnesium
Roasted Peanuts
3 oz Roasted Peanuts
580mg Potassium
160 mg Magnesium
1 slice whole wheat bread with 2 tablespoons peanut butter
Wheat Bread w/Peanut Butter
356 mg Potassium
77 mg Magnesium
Potato Chips
1 oz potato chips
357 mg Potassium
20 mg Magnesium
Snickers Bar
Snickers Bar
184 mg Potassium
41 mg Magnesium
1 Medium Banana
422 mg Potassium
32 mg Magnesium
Pumpkin Seeds
2 oz Pumpkin Seeds
229 mg Potassium
151 mg Magnesium
Roasted Soy Nuts
1/4 Cup Soy Nuts
341 mg Potassium
32 mg Magnesium

8 oz. Coffee
127 mg Potassium
11 mg Magnesium
Glazed Donut, medium
64 mg Potassium
11 mg Magnesium

2 Choc Chip Cookies
27 mg Potassium
6 mg Magnesium
V8 Juice
8 oz V8 Juice
469 mg Potassium
26 mg Magnesium

1 Cup Popcorn
24 mg Potassium
12 mg Magnesium
1.5 oz Box Raisins
322 mg Potassium
16 mg Magnesium
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