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7/25/12 3:38 P
"I have such a big problem with taking in too much sodium and I don't know how to cut it out "
When you log your food, you can see which ones are high in sodium. Cut those out.
I average 1500 mg, so it is possible to take in less.
Fitness Minutes: (98,013)
8,927 7/25/12 3:35 P
Start by switching from salt to a salt substitute (I use Mrs.Dash original blend). After that, educate yourself on the amount of salt in prepared foods, and choose ones with lower sodium. It's difficult, but worth doing.
Fitness Minutes: (135)
7/25/12 3:27 P
I am diabetic and I have swelling very bad if I don't watch it. So I completely understand and it is hard. You can use NO SALT which is the brand name for it. IT is pure potassium but it has a salt taste so you don't have to eliminate salt just eliminate real salt. Also, sometimes I use sea salt only and it works in the body a little different. It depends on your body but the no salt is pretty good alternative. Good Luck!
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9,705 7/25/12 2:36 P
Read those labels. Prepackaged foods are the biggest culprit... a can of soup can have HUNDREDS of milligrams of soda.
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6 7/25/12 2:28 P
How do I do this? I have such a big problem with taking in too much sodium and I don't know how to cut it out because bloating is one of the worst diet breaker for me.
I work a night audit job and go to school full time, mind you, so (although I plan to start cooking at work for the next day) what would you guys suggest for cutting out sodium other than cooking your own meals?
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