Harvard Heart Letter

Ask the doctors: Is a high potassium level bad?

Kidney disease and some medications, like ACE inhibitors and NSAIDs such as ibuprofen, can cause potassium levels to be high. It is almost impossible to achieve high potassium levels simply by eating foods rich in potassium.

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