Shopping for Lower Sodium

Pinching Sodium
Jacqueline Marcus, MS, RD, LD, FADA, Nutrition Consultant in Northfield, Illinois, compares common products.

Americans consume, on the average, about 5000 milligrams of sodium each day, twice what is recommended. Processed foods and restaurant meals are major sources.
Attaining a low sodium diet is easiest by cutting back on sodium slowly, emphasizing fresh fruits, vegetables ...

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