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4/22/14 6:34 P

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I suppose Christina it depends on how much you want to watch your salt intake. There are many salt reduced products out there. I use a product called Original , it is a sodium-free salt. I don't know if that is available in your area, but the taste is okay. Sea salt is also good.
I also use a Morton Lite salt mixture which has 50% less sodium than table salt.
My last blood work agreed that these are better for us. Good luck. Let me know what you will be using. There maybe something even better out there.

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4/13/14 9:14 A

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hi im new here im christina and im trying to watch my salt any ideas for me?and they want me to not use so much artifical sweetner and im having a hard time w/ that too..i need a lil help..

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To re-introduce myself (John) here's a repost of today's New Announcement in our Team Di-et-betics Forums. (Forgive me if you've read this or received the Team SparkMail.

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Welcome New Members! We are happy you joined us in exploring and expanding our information about Diet for Diabetes -- Di-et-betics.

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Type 1? Type 2? Pre-Diabetes? Hypoglycemia?

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We all sure an interest and understand the importance of proper diet and nutrition to help us manage and control our condition.

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To help us hit our target, post your questions, share your recipes, your experiences, anything and everything to do with our "specialized" diets. We learn from each other as well as offer an open forum and mutual support. Remember:

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I'm happy to become the newest Co-Leader for Team Di-et-betics. My experience includes 40 years with Type 1, walking the tightrope for balance in diet and control. For those who haven't yet met me on the Forums or SP message posts, please visit my SparkPage for more about me.

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Know someone who may be interested in Nutrition and Diabetes or Hypoglycemia, invite them to join Team Di-et-betics. Better yet, invite them to join SparkPeople and join Team Di-et-betics.

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John
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