Tag Archives: sodium

Heart Health: To Salt or Not to Salt?

I’ve worked with clients in the past who wanted to lower their blood pressure without resorting to drugs. I remember one gentleman in particular. He was one of my son, Matthew’s baseball coaches years ago. The first thing I recommended … Continue reading

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Healthy Foods: Connection Between Salt and Autoimmune Disease

“Processed foods and the loads of nutrient-stripped salt that they typically contain could be a leading cause of autoimmune disease, according to new research.” We’ve all heard the experts tell us (for years!) to stop using salt to avoid high … Continue reading

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Should You Follow the Government’s New Dietary Guidelines?

Every five years the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture release their revised Dietary Guidelines for Americans. The most recent ones came out today. With obesity reaching epidemic proportions in this country, these … Continue reading

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Is It Real or Is It…

A client mentioned her husband prefers using a liquid egg substitute rather than the real thing.  She wanted to know if my thoughts on whether this was good or not. I understand that many people like the convenience of just … Continue reading

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