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HOLLYSNOWWOMAN
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1/24/10 3:28 P

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I look yesterday at 2 stores for the bread but didn't find it but will watch for it.

Slow but will get there!


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CRUZINCARIL
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1/24/10 2:00 A

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i found that bread by accident in the bakery section of the grocery store. it took a few slices to adjust to the different taste..but for no salt and being good for me..ill get used to it!


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HLTHYLIVNCCJ
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1/23/10 7:49 P

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Reading labels is the ultimate help to lower sodium. I wish everyone would follow NY's example of trying to get people healthier and acknowledging there is more to it than just watching carbs and fat. Slowly, but surely everyone will start coming around, once sodium becomes a national concern for all. Sadly, it will take a major epidimic of high blood pressure, heart related issues, etc. for something to finally be done.

The no salt bread is great!

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HOLLYSNOWWOMAN
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1/22/10 10:58 A

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Just read the labels!!! I'm with you. Thanks for the info. I didn't know about the no salt bread and will look for this.

Slow but will get there!


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CRUZINCARIL
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1/21/10 8:17 P

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there has been so much said about the importance of lowering salt and blood press. im pre hypertensive and im gonna do all i can to keep that sodium intake as low as poss..i even bought no salt bread which is pretty good..its really hard cuz just about everything has salt but all we can do is try..thnx for the article


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SONYA_J
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1/21/10 7:28 P

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www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,19
55384,00.html?xid=rss-topstories




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