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SMANTZKE SparkPoints: (0)
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3/26/11 9:16 A

TY


THE_GOPHER Posts: 328
3/24/11 8:20 A

Like what the previous person said, prepackaged meals, canned soups, and canned veggies might be the culprit. They contain a LOT of sodium.

SARA72121 Posts: 843
3/23/11 6:20 P

Do you eat a lot of processed foods? Frozen dinners, lunch meats, and canned veggies have tons and tons of sodium. If they're the culprit you can buy low sodium lunch meats and low sodium canned veggies. I agree with Pookie, look through your nutritional report and see what foods you're eating that are causing you to go over.

ELISOS SparkPoints: (82,685)
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3/23/11 4:04 P

I don't cook with salt. sometimes on the table I put some.

-POOKIE- SparkPoints: (236,829)
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3/23/11 3:08 P

On your nutrition tracker, click at the bottom to "View Full Report" so you can see where its actually coming from and adjust your eating accordingly.

SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 40,498
3/23/11 9:07 A

You may want to try some of the tips in this article to reduce your sodium intake: www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
icles.asp?id=625
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Coach Denise

SMANTZKE SparkPoints: (0)
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3/22/11 9:49 P

I NEVER AND I MEAN NEVER PUT SALT ON ANYTHING I EAT AND IM ALWAYS GOING OVER.

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