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Stop Feeding the Flames of Inflammation

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By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness

October 16, 2017

  • Are salty foods giving you diabetes?
  • Here’s how easy it is to blow your daily sodium intake
  • It’s time to change your salty ways

One thing food makers are notorious for is adding copious amounts of salt to their products. In fact, the majority of salt in your diet – about 77% of it – doesn’t come from your salt shaker. It comes from processed, packaged and restaurant foods.

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All of this hidden salt makes it very easy to greatly surpass the recommended 2,300 mg of daily sodium. And that amount is recommended only for the healthiest of people.

If you’re over 50, diabetic or have high blood pressure, current guidelines suggest sticking below 1,500 mg of sodium daily. This is the same amount I recommend for all of my patients, healthy or not. Continue reading