Along with fiber, vitamin A and vitamin C, apricots have a good amount of potassium fused into them. Apricots are likely to be good for a regular person’s health. For someone with kidney problems though, they are not the best choice.
Moreover, it is the dried apricot which is the real poison. Dried apricots have even lower weight but the amount of potassium is the same, increasing the overall concentration of potassium. A single cup of potassium gives your body more than 70% of the daily restriction. This is more than enough evidence that apricots should be avoided like the plague by those who have weak kidneys.