How To Eat Prunes, Raisins & Dates
As for these fruits, if you have kidney issues already then we say, “if you can avoid them, do so”. Prunes, raisins, and dates are quite high in potassium as a cup of prunes has up to and/or over 1,274 mg of potassium. This is a high quantity, so an alternative like plums could work out much better for you. If you don’t have any kidney problems these are a better snack than something processed and sugary.