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Low-Sodium Recipes: Decadent Sodium Free, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and More (The Easy Recipe)

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So what does excessive amounts of sodium do to your body? Sodium is responsible for regulating your blood pressure and the normal function of your health. A regulated blood pressure means a better functioning heart and your organs working together to help you perform closer to your peak. What happens if you consistently consume sodium well above the recommended limit? If y So what does excessive amounts of sodium do to your body? Sodium is responsible for regulating your blood pressure and the normal function of your health. A regulated blood pressure means a better functioning heart and your organs working together to help you perform closer to your peak. What happens if you consistently consume sodium well above the recommended limit? If you have too much sodium, your blood pressure increases to levels that can start affecting your organs such as your heart, kidneys, and more. You could have an increased chance of a stroke, heart failure, kidney stones, and several other diseases that could start popping up in your later years. The idea of suffering these diseases is quite grim, so we’ll consider that a sufficient cautionary tale. Enjoy the sodium-free breakfasts, lunches, dinners and more!


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So what does excessive amounts of sodium do to your body? Sodium is responsible for regulating your blood pressure and the normal function of your health. A regulated blood pressure means a better functioning heart and your organs working together to help you perform closer to your peak. What happens if you consistently consume sodium well above the recommended limit? If y So what does excessive amounts of sodium do to your body? Sodium is responsible for regulating your blood pressure and the normal function of your health. A regulated blood pressure means a better functioning heart and your organs working together to help you perform closer to your peak. What happens if you consistently consume sodium well above the recommended limit? If you have too much sodium, your blood pressure increases to levels that can start affecting your organs such as your heart, kidneys, and more. You could have an increased chance of a stroke, heart failure, kidney stones, and several other diseases that could start popping up in your later years. The idea of suffering these diseases is quite grim, so we’ll consider that a sufficient cautionary tale. Enjoy the sodium-free breakfasts, lunches, dinners and more!

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    Great Information Many ideas using seasonings in place of salt. Also listed sodium amount. Good resource to use. Recipes are easy to use.

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