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SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 57,126
1/7/14 1:27 P

Have you checked out SparkRecipes.com? There are lots of healthy recipes there that aren't full of fat and/or sodium. Is there a specific sodium level you're hoping to stay under for each dish?

Coach Jen

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1/7/14 11:46 A

I have noticed that as well. I think it would be helpful if Sodium could be added to the search criteria under dietary needs in the recipe section.

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1/7/14 11:34 A

I need help! In looking at all the recipes listed in their website and looking closely to the nutritional facts none of these recipes are healthy unless we are eating a plain toss salad. Why do I say this? because the recipes are either high in calories, fat or sodium. I checked out a lot of the recipes that the sodium is so high that it will cause you blood pressure to rise up pretty high. I'm struggling with this diet issue. I need to find healthy recipes that won't cause my hypertension to get worse or cause me to have a 3rd stroke. Recipes that are more filling than just a salad. Anyone out there willing to help me?

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