Sodium is a tough one for me to track. I also list foods as subs for things that I can't find in the tracker and I don't have nutritional info for so that always ups my sodium probably more than it is. LOL although, I'm now waiting for my lunch order of sushi and a vegetable udon soup that I'm sure will be ALL of my sodium for the day - yikes!
If you track your sodium on your nutrition tracker it says not to go under 5oo mg. You do need some sodium in your diet to maintain certain functions, but that's not much sodium at all. I think what you guys have is great! I am trying to cut down on mine.
I don't win races, but I always cross the finish line. I'm not fast, but I try my best to become faster. I don't have sports endorsements or earn a paycheck, but that doesn't stop me from running. My pace does not define me. Just because "professional" does not precede "athlete" in describing me doesn't make my running any less valuable. I am an everyday athlete; leading a normal life, but with big goals and dreams. I am an athlete. I am a runner. (runzoerun.com)
I figured for this month we will do weekly mini challenges. That way there is no long term commitment involved. LOL! Anyhow, at the end of the day, just post your sodium and water intake here! I try to keep my sodium WELL under 2300 mgs and I try to drink 16 glasses of water every day (at least on the days that I workout) We will do this for one week.
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