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Just read this on a day late but, pretty sure I was within my sodium range.
didn't track today. but i ate everything at home, so i'm sure i did fine.
keep your EYE ON THE BALL. what is the goal?will this action get you closer?
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This is an easy one! I have high blood pressure so I check the sodium content over everything I buy. I buy reduced sodium versions whenever possible and I never add salt to anything I cook or eat. I also avoid processed meats.
One of the few things I salt is boiled cabbage, sorry but that was lunch today.
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Today, I had 2eggs cooked with PAM, oatmeal (breakfast), broccoli with a Boca burger, and boneless skinless chicken with more broccoli. Used spices instead of salt.
Tazz, I want to come to your house for dinner, sounds so good.
I really blew it today, I have a beef roast on the stove and I put Lipton Onion Soup Mix in it, and it is full of sodium, and I really usually watch it, but this is so good.
Sounds great will be on the lookout for Sodium today! Happy Sunday!
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I will be on the lookout- should be ok today since my meals will include all fresh foods.
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will watch that sodium breakfast big cup of hot tea,lunch banana & grapes,supper boneless porkchops cooked on the grill,baked potato with no butter just sourcream no salt,fresh peas,cucumbers & tomatoes out of my garden..
Happy Sunday to you!
Your challenge today is to STAY WITHIN OR BELOW YOUR SODIUM RANGE (I believe that is 2400 and under).
There really isn't any need to sprinkle salt onto your food, as most of the processed items we eat nowadays are FULL of salt. Watch out for:
*Diet pre-packaged meals
*Crackers & baked goods
*Salsa, BBQ, and various sauces
Remember Team: READ THOSE LABELS! Reading and understanding those labels are bringing you that much closer to goal. KNOW WHAT YOU ARE PUTTING INTO YOUR BODY!
Instead of adding salt to your foods, why not try adding:
*Fresh or dried herbs
*Fruit juice (watch the calories on this one)
*Salt substitution (such as Mrs. Dash)
Have a READING LABELS KEEPS ME SMART & HEART HEALTHY Sunday!
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