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October 2017 Issue

Skip Out on High-Sodium Foods

Eat more whole, minimally processed foods to lower your sodium intake and promote better blood pressure levels.

For almost half a century now, health organizations, health professionals, researchers and government agencies have recommended that we reduce our sodium intake to lower the risk of developing high blood pressure, which is a proven risk factor for heart disease and stroke. But the call for slashing sodium intake has not been taken to heart, so to speak.

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