Because I formerly suffered from hypertension I am always looking for good tasting low sodium salad dressings. I recently purchased Dr. Fuhrman's veggie dijon salad dressing (only 5 mg of sodium per 2 Tbsp) online. I love it.
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This is really working for me. The salad, a salad without meat, cheese, and oil-based salad dressing should be the main course. Other foods are side dishes, only to comprise a small amount of the calories being consumed.
Trust me, it works!
Dr. Fuhrman wrote a great plan called Eat to Live. It's endorsed by Dr. Oz, who wrote the forward for the book. Dr. Fuhrman suggests the salad approach, which works beautifully for me.
Some vinegar in your diet may improve your blood sugar Nobumasa Ogawa, Ph.D., of Tokyo University in Tokyo, discovered that the acetic acid inhibits the activity of several carbohydrate-digesting enzymes, when vinegar is present in the intestines, some sugars and starches temporarily pass through without being digested, so they have less of an impact on blood sugar. Just two teaspoons of vinegar, taken with a meal, may help you keep better blood glucose control. See more info...
The easiest way to get the vinegar is by using an oil and vinegar salad dressing, vinaigrette dressings drizzled over steamed veggies, or whole wheat bread dipped in Olive Oil and vinegar
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