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Fixin' Healthcare

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Dietary Sodium

There is controversy about whether limiting sodium in the diet improves health. Some data indicates that limiting sodium interferes with health but these recommendations might include amounts of sodium as low as 1,500 mg daily. The issue for the most part revolves around the large amount of processed food in the American diet containing high levels of sodium. A better way of addressing the problem of high sodium is to eat more plant-based whole foods containing higher amounts of potassium and eat less or no processed food. That will improve health, reduce weight and lead to feeling better with a greater sense of energy. The results speak for themselves.


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