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Shakin' It Up with the Skinny on Salt

The Danger is Not in the Shaker

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BUDBUDDHA
I'm getting better at limiting my salt, but I can still do better. Thanks for more info. Report
Excellent article. Good need-to-know information. Report
CHRISTOPHER63
Good article. Thank you Report
Good article, excellent need-to-know information.Thanks! Report
I am a salt lover but have been trying to cut down. It is very hard. Report
ROCKS8ROX
I am truly amazed at how much sodium is hidden in our foods, before we add the salt! Thanks for sharing this very informative article! Report
My biggest surprise when started reducing the salt was that my migraines were reduced by 99.9% Report
The email which I clicked through to this articles said canned peas were high in sodium. Hm. Never eat them--but I do eat fresh and frozen peas so I'm glad I avoided that pitfall. Many of the "high" sodium foods come in lower salt alternatives in my local grocery store. Right next to the HIGH salt version is "no salt added" or "low salt" version. Things like Peanut Butter do not need salt in them! Thankfully that option is easy at our local stores. Report
Purchased flour tortillas shocked me, now I make my own. Report
I try not to eat out due to sodium. I had a Wendy's Power Mediterranean salad the other day. 1220 mg. sodium. Are restaurants trying to kill us!? Report
I cook most of our meals. We add Himalayan salt to taste Report
Good article. Report
Good article. Thank you! Report
I have learned not to add salt to my food. A salt substitute or some type of condiment like hot sauce helps. Report
Great information Report

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