Which legumes have the most POTASSIUM?


In the following table of legumes, you will find out which legumes contain the most potassium per 100 grams. You can also take a look at the list of legumes with the least about of potassium if you are looking for foods with the least potassium.

As a general rule, dry legumes are rich in potassium, and at the top of this list are beans along with soy beans.

If you want to control your potassium levels in your diet, before consuming the legumes in this list, make sure you consult your doctor or nutritionist. It’s possible that some of these legumes are not permitted for a low potassium diet.

  • Soya bean 1797 mg each 100gr. 3342 mg per serving (186 g.)
  • Black beans 1500 mg each 100gr. 2760 mg per serving (184 g.)
  • Red beans 1406 mg each 100gr. 2587 mg per serving (184 g.)
  • Spotted beans 1393 mg each 100gr. 2688 mg per serving (193 g.)
  • White beans 1185 mg each 100gr. 2465 mg per serving (208 g.)
  • Lupin 1013 mg each 100gr. 1823 mg per serving (180 g.)
  • Chickpeas 718 mg each 100gr. 1436 mg per serving (200 g.)
  • Haricot beans 508 mg each 100gr. 955 mg per serving (188 g.)
  • Lentils 369 mg each 100gr. 731 mg per serving (198 g.)
  • Broad beans 332 mg each 100gr. 418 mg per serving (126 g.)
  • Sweet peas 244 mg each 100gr. 354 mg per serving (145 g.)
  • Tofu 121 mg each 100gr. 150 mg per serving (124 g.)
  • Green beans 97 mg each 100gr. 235 mg per serving (242 g.)
  • Tempeh each 100gr. per serving (166 g.)

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