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Take a look at the foods in the Salty Six: If you’ve read our article on Sodium and Your Health or seen our effects of excess salt infographic you know that too much sodium is bad news for your heart health. It’s bad news for your appearance, too: extra sodium can make your body retain water, which can make your face feel puffy, give you. Most Americans get the bulk of their daily salt overload from everyday foods loaded with excess sodium.
A new report from the American Heart Association and American Stroke. That’s why the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association is increasing awareness of sodium and the “Salty Six” – common foods that may be loaded with excess sodium that can increase your risk for heart disease and stroke. Sodium overload is a major health problem in the United States.
The average American consumes about. Beware of Sodium: The “Salty Six” Foods 07 Nov 2012 Sodium overload is a major health problem in the United States. In a recent survey conducted by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, American consumers understand a small amount of sodium should be consumed daily, but the exact amount is not understood. Pretzels?
Flamin Hot Cheetos?), according to the American Heart Assn. The group has singled out the “Salty Six” — common foods that may be. Beware the Sodium in These “Salty Six” Foods Eating too many salty foods can create all sorts of health problems, including high blood pressure.
But did you know a lot of common foods are packed with excess sodium? It’s not just the french fries and potato chips you need to be careful with. Some sodium is added because these meats would spoil quickly without the added sodium solution, but it doesn’t need to be excessive.
If you compare nutrition labels and look for lower sodium varieties, you will find that they are out there! Pizza. OK, pizza isn’t exactly known for being a health food. High sodium culprits such as olives, cold cuts, pepperoni, croutons, seeds and pickles should also be avoided. Stick with a leafy green salad topped with fresh vegetables and a low-sodium salad dressing.
Most vinegar-based dressings are low sodium, so choose those over. Sandwiches: A sandwich or burger from a fast food restaurant can contain more than 100 percent of your daily suggested dietary sodium. Try half a sandwich with a side salad instead.
Cold Cuts and Cured Meats: One 2 oz. serving, or 6 thin slices, of deli meat can contain as much as a third of your daily recommended dietary sodium. Build a sandwich with fresh vegetables such as lettuce, tomatoe. The Centers for Disease Control has a list of six popular foods with high sodium content dubbed the “ Salty Six ”: Breads and rolls – each piece can have up to 230 mg of sodium.
Pizza – one slice can have up to 760 mg of sodium. Cold cuts and cured.
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