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" Sodium occurs naturally in most foods. It is also added to many foods and beverages, usually as salt. One teaspoon of salt contains about 2,000 milligrams of sodium. The body needs sodium to maintain normal blood volume and for the nerves and muscles.... "
Food Facts for Older Adults: Information on how to Use the Dietary Guidelines - Page 8
1993 - 68 pages
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Home and Garden Bulletin, Issue 251

United States. Department of Agriculture - 1993
...the label to see how much and which kinds of fats are included in the product before you buy it. AH types of fat have the same number of calories— both...versions of foods. Nutrition Information ...1/2 cup 20 Serving Size Calories Fat Sodium In the Kitchen: • Cook plain rice, pasta, and hot cereals using...
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Home and Garden Bulletin, Issue 6; Issue 232

1986
...salt substitutes contain neither sodium nor potassium, but instead are mixtures of spices and herbs. These, as well as homemade seasoning blends, can be used to flavor foods without added sodium. See the spice chart above for some suggestions, and try seasoning some of your favorite...
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Dietary Guidelines for Americans

1986
...salt substitutes contain neither sodium nor potassium, but instead are mixtures of spices and herbs. These, as well as homemade seasoning blends, can be used to flavor foods without added sodium. See the spice chart above for some suggestions, and try seasoning some of your favorite...
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Food Facts for Older Adults: Information on How to Use the Dietary Guidelines

DIANE Publishing Company - 1993 - 68 pages
...herbs, or spices to season foods instead of butter or margarine. . 1 .-> Some Facts About Sodium Sodium occurs naturally in most foods. It is also...can be used to flavor foods without adding sodium. Some Tips on Reducing Sodium in Your Diet: At the Store: • Read labels for information on the sodium...
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