Uncooked meat products enhanced with food additives may contain high levels of phosphorous and potassium that food labels don't include, according to a study appearing in an upcoming issue of the Clinical Journal of the American Society Nephrology.
This can make it difficult for people to limit dietary phosphorous and potassium that harm kidney disease patients at high levels.
Kidney disease patients on dialysis must watch their intake of dietary phosphate so their blood phosphate levels do not rise. High phosphate levels, as well as potassium levels, can kill them. MORE>>>>>>