For individuals managing chronic kidney disease (CKD), potassium is an important nutrient to be aware of. When your kidneys aren't working well, nutrients can build up in your body to dangerous levels. Too much potassium (called hyperkalemia) can cause a number of health issues, including irregular heartbeat or death. It's important to know that your potassium level can be managed, talk to your healthcare team. 
 
Take our "Potassium Check" quiz to test your knowledge! 
 
*This quiz is intended for educational purposes only. It should not replace medical advice. For how to best manage your potassium level, please talk to your healthcare team.

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* 1. What level would indicate your potassium is too high?

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* 2. Think about the foods listed below and select the answer that shows the foods in order from most potassium content to least potassium content.

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* 3. Think about the foods listed below and select the answer that shows the foods in order from most potassium content to least potassium content.

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* 4. Think about the foods listed below and select the answer that shows the foods in order from most potassium content to least potassium content.

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* 5. Which food item is lowest in potassium?

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* 6. Which food item is highest in potassium?

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* 7. Which health condition can increase your potassium level?

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* 8. What is a sign/symptom of high potassium?

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