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" ... to add any more salt at all. • Use herbs and spices as seasonings for vegetables and meats instead of salt. • Taste your food before you salt it. Does it really need more salt? Try one shake instead of two. Gradually cut down on the amount of... "
Food Facts for Older Adults: Information on how to Use the Dietary Guidelines - Page 10
1993 - 68 pages
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Home and Garden Bulletin, Issue 251

United States. Department of Agriculture - 1993
...reduced sodium or "no-saltadded" versions of foods. Nutrition Information ...1/2 cup 20 Serving Size Calories Fat Sodium In the Kitchen: • Cook plain...moderate your sodium intake. WHERE'S THE SALT? FOOD GROUP SODlUM, milligrams BREADS, CEREALS Cooked cereal, rice, pasta, unsalted Ready-to-eat cereal Bread trace...
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Home and Garden Bulletin, Issue 249; Issue 252

United States. Dept. of Agriculture - 1950
...for lower salt and no-salt-added versions of these products at your supermarket. The table on page 18 will give you an idea of the amount of sodium in different types of foods. Information on food labels can also help you make food choices to keep sodium moderate. WHERE'S...
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Food Facts for Older Adults: Information on How to Use the Dietary Guidelines

DIANE Publishing Company - 1993 - 68 pages
...Gradually cut down on the amount of salt you use. Your taste will adjust to less salt. icH Where's the Salt? The following table will give you an idea of...cereal Bread trace per 1/2 cup 100-350 per oz. 11 0-1 75 per slice FRUITS Fruit, fresh, frozen, canned trace per 1/2 cup VEGETABLES Vegetables, fresh...
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