It’s not only vegetables that one needs to watch out for. Some fruits may also damage your kidneys. One of these fruits is orange, known for its high vitamin C content. However, it also features a high potassium content.
A single large orange may release 333 mg of potassium into your body. This makes it highly unattractive for kidneys. However, there is some good news. Orange and orange juice have a lot of substitutes like apples, grapes, and cranberries. Juices and shakes of all four of these fruits are similar in taste. But the others have a much lower potassium content.