• STOP USING SALT! Easy answer? sure, but in practice it becomes difficult. You can stop eating salted foods, reduce the amount of sodium-iodine you use to cook and eat with (table salt) you can even switch over to the non-salt salt. Seriously we usually get most of our salts from junk foods - crisps/chips, peanuts, even candies, cakes, baked goodies all have large amounts of salt in them.
  • Cook most of your own food at home, don't eat in restaurants and don't buy processed food. Most of our sodium intake doesn't come from the salt shaker, it comes from sodium added to processed foods.
  • Stay away from Stouffers they contain a huge amount of sodium and just cook most of your foods and read labels before you buy anything. But most everything contains sodium so its not easy.
  • Like everyone said stop using salt, and check the sodium content on your nutrition labels. That is what most of us fail to pay attention to! Try purchasing some salt-free seasonings. They are great for enhancing the flavor of food. You can find them at grocery stores in the spice section. I use a product called NO SALT ORIGINAL by a company called Aromatica Organics. You can usually find it in stores if not at
  • 3-9-2017 Sodium makes cells absorb water, and potassium makes them dump water. The exact amounts don't matter as much as the balance: your body needs almost as much potassium as sodium. Get "salt substitute" at any grocery store. Guess how much salt your food has and put a roughly equal amount of salt substitute on it.
  • First of all you increase the amount of potassium in your diet and follow a low-sodium diet. Foods to avoid include table salt, processed meals, lunch meat, chips, fast food, soy sauce, salad dressings, pickled foods, canned soups and vegetables. Diets high in sodium put you at risk for serious side effects such as high blood pressure, heart attack and stroke. My according adults should consume less than 2,300 mg of sodium per day. for more diet information you visit here.

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