What are your low sodium tips for someone starting low sodium diet?
My husband has blood pressure which has gotten up to a moderate to high level. He eats tons of sodium and is attempting to start a low sodium diet. The problem is we are both use to southern (USA) type foods. All of them seem to be filled with sodium(and fried). He is cutting out packaged foods, but what else can he do to still eat better than a rabbit and have low sodium or just lower blood pressure. By the way he has almost no stress in his life these days so that is not contributing factor.
Most folks consume far more sodium (salt) than they want. This may result in wellbeing problems like high blood pressure. To scale back the quantity of sodium on your eating regimen, comply with these recommendations while you go meals searching:
decide upon contemporary alternatively of processed foods when that you may.
Use the nutrition info label to investigate the amount of sodium. Appear for foods with 5% every day worth (DV) or much less. A sodium content of 20% DV or extra is high.
Appear for meals labeled “low sodium,” “diminished sodium,” or “no salt introduced.”Take the record below with you the following time you go food browsing.
Greens and Fruits
prefer fresh or frozen greens and fruits when possible.
Any fresh fruits, like apples, oranges, or bananas
Any recent greens, like spinach, carrots, or broccoli
Frozen greens without added sauce
Canned greens which are low in sodium or haven't any salt introduced
Low sodium vegetable juice
Frozen or dried fruit (unsweetened)
Canned fruit (packed in water or one hundred% juice)
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