Get the Salt Out
Are you trying to control your sodium intake, but find it more than a bit overwhelming?
Have you been told to lower your sodium intake, but not how?
Too much sodium can cause some serious health issues if this problem is not solved.
Excess salt causes increased blood pressure and increases the burden on the heart.
Your risk of stroke, heart failure, osteoporosis, stomach cancer, and kidney disease is much greater. Too much sodium accounts for two-thirds of all strokes and half of heart disease.
OK, but what can you do to correct the situation?
In this book you will learn:
How to assess your own current situation and find out if your sodium intake is too high.
What the majority of sodium sources are.
How to take control of how much sodium you and your family eat.
If you can do basic arithmetic and are determined to get a handle on this once and for all, you can get your sodium intake within dietary guidelines.
You will end up with less retained body fluid. Your blood pressure will probably be lower than it has in a long time.
Your risk of stroke, heart failure, osteoporosis, stomach cancer, and kidney disease will be greatly reduced.
This could be the New Year's resolution you actually keep.