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What foods should I avoided if I take magnesium or potassium supplements?

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  • If you are taking magnesium or potassium supplements, let your doctor know if: You are using a salt substitute (many salt substitutes contain potassium).
  • You are using ACE inhibitors or certain diuretics.
  • You have a kidney disorder.
  • You are taking any other supplements.

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American Heart Association.

Reviewed by Suzanne R. Steinbaum on August 01, 2016

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American Heart Association.

Reviewed by Suzanne R. Steinbaum on August 01, 2016

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