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CLWALDRO Posts: 4,583
3/19/13 7:10 A

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I am so glad the entire family is getting healthy homemade meals thanks to you.
Keep pushing towards your goal of better health

REDMOUNTAIN SparkPoints: (7,926)
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3/18/13 9:29 P

I have high blood pressure and must really monitor my sodium. I find it particularly difficult to control my sodium intake. I am trying to get rid of processed foods, but I drink almond milk (30 calories a cup) and it has 150 mg of sodium per glass.

VATRUCKER SparkPoints: (20,629)
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3/18/13 8:56 P

u are right on this sodium thing, its min everything processed, I cook my own beans and soup just for that reason. There are a lot of days I go way over which is a very bad thing as I have chf emoticon emoticon

FITNESSFREAK10 Posts: 11,216
3/15/13 7:55 A

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MASHAMOO Posts: 1,667
3/15/13 12:43 A

Way to go =)
Sodium is a tough one; it's everywhere and in almost everything.

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3/14/13 5:12 P

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MUSCATDBQ SparkPoints: (3,450)
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3/14/13 1:20 P

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It is so true that processed stuff is very salty tasting. There are products that seriously taste like nothing but salt. I can't stand ham any more for that reason (didnt like it all that much before).

KRISTIN9924 Posts: 952
3/14/13 11:35 A

For the past several days I have managed to only consume about 1000 mg of sodium each day. I have been monitoring my salt intake for almost a year and have found it extremely difficult to stay below the recommended 2,300 mg of sodium.

I think the trick is that I prepare almost all of my foods myself and use only no-sodium or low-sodium ingredients. Even my husband has started to notice that he can't eat a lot of processed foods anymore because they just taste too salty. emoticon

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