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Black Salt Benefits Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Black Salt Benefits.

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Shakin' It Up with the Skinny on Salt

Even if you are not a potato chip and pretzel junkie, you’re probably eating more salt than you realize. Sodium, the main ingredient in table salt, can hide in places you don’t suspect, like in ketchup, frozen dinners, instant hot cereals...  Read more

Build a Better Burrito

Are you and your family craving that spicy, south-of-the-border cuisine? Well, skip the local burrito joint. Those "burritos as big as your head" can contain more than 1,000 calories—even more depending on how many fixings you add...  Read more

Beans: The Super Food that Keeps You Full

The humble bean is quite the super food: packed with calcium, iron, potassium, B vitamins, plus about a quarter of the protein and half the fiber recommended daily for adults—all in a single serving. According to the U.S. Department of Agricult...  Read more

11 Dairy-Free Calcium Sources

When I was a wee tot, I frequently had stomach pains that were once bad enough to warrant a trip to the emergency room. Everything looked fine according to the doctor, but my pains continued. Finally, an allergist diagnosed me with a milk allergy, an...  Read more

No More Bland Diet Food!

All of us are striving to cook in a way that's healthy and simple. Unfortunately, healthy and simple can sometimes add up to bland: A plain piece of broiled fish or baked chicken isn’t particularly exciting, right? The remedy for the h...  Read more

Does anybody know the benefits and differences of
Updated 10/18/2014 10:25:20 AM

Does anybody know the benefits and differences of a colonic compared to OTC cleansing...  Read more

What can I use on food instead of salt
Updated 10/15/2014 11:12:24 AM

What can I use on food instead of salt...  Read more

What type of salt do you use?
Updated 10/3/2014 2:50:44 AM

Last night I did a rush grocery shopping, and came home and realized I got salt w/out Iodine. I looking it up and found Iodine is super important for your body. I wont return the salt I bought, but will I be 'iodine deprived' for the course of me usi...  Read more

Salt is not the enemy. Guess what ruins your...
Updated 9/19/2014 4:23:17 PM

Salt is not the enemy. Guess what ruins your health instead? -- www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/09/salt-is-not-th
e-enemy-guess-what-ruins-your-health-i
nstead/...  Read more

Flavored Creamers- I drink black coffee now ... Bu
Updated 9/25/2014 3:40:55 PM

Flavored Creamers- I drink black coffee now ... But as autism rolls around I'm ready for my special Holiday creamers. I put 3 tbsp of creamer in my coffee. Will this change the game a little for me during my weightless?...  Read more

Midnight Shade Foods For Helath

Midnight shades of foods such as black beans, black olives, black pepper, black tea,black wild rice, blackberries, black popcorn (pops white) dark chocolate and expresso have many health benefits. With antioxidants and potential anti-inflammatory age...  Read more

Black Pepper helps in the treatment of obesity

An outer layer of the peppercorn contains substances that may boost fat metabolism. Adding black pepper to foods may help in the treatment of obesity. Black pepper reduces inflamation and can slow the growth of some cancer cells.Read more at Suite101...  Read more

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A group for Pittsburgh Steelers Fans.... The Black & Gold Nation!!!...  Read more

Will the FDA Efforts to Limit Salt be Successful?

Salt is an acquired taste and unfortunately too many of us have acquired it. Many people ask why there is so much sodium in restaurant foods and are learning that reducing salt intake is easier said than done. Salt also known as sodium chloride ha...  Read more

You Asked: ''What Are Some Ways to Reduce the Sodium in My Diet?''

Most Americans are encouraged to consume less than 2,300 milligrams of sodium each day. With certain disease conditions such as hypertension or congestive heart failure, 2,000 milligrams or less is encouraged. However, the average adult American take...  Read more