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UNIDENT Posts: 33,498
1/2/13 10:45 P

Which is a bigger issue for you and why?

Do you have a medical reason to require a specifically low sodium diet?

If weight loss is your primary concern and you don't have a medical issue driving a particular focus on low sodium, just "general health", then worry first about calories. Once you've got a handle on that, start making substitutions to gradually lower your sodium intake.

IREMLAP Posts: 11
1/2/13 9:27 P

I'm having trouble balancing my calories and sodium.
Should I worry more about eating enough calories, or eating low sodium?

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