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List of Foods With No Salt

Your body needs some salt to function properly, but most people don't have to worry about being deficient in salt or sodium, the mineral present in salt. If you have high blood pressure or heart problems, your doctor has probably recommended that you reduce how much salt you eat each day, and knowing what foods are salt-free can help you accomplish...

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from Were parents!?

Homemade Low Sodium Sloppy Joes

Stop eating high sodium dinners! Create these homemade low sodium sloppy joes quickly and easily for an amazing dinner.

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from Hello Healthy

Beginner's Guide to Low-Sodium Eating

If you’re trying to ditch salt from your diet, you’ll find you’re not alone. It’s very common advice given by doctors for the 30% of Americans and the 40% of the global community suffering from high blood pressure. Even though it’s a common diagnosis, high blood pressure is a huge risk factor for heart issues …

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from Better Homes and Gardens

Low-Sodium Food Swaps

Low-Sodium Food Swaps! Keeping mine at 1500 mg a day will be a little easier with these suggestions!

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from Walmart.com

Brinks High Pressure Sodium Dusk to Dawn Activated Security Light, 70W

from Just A Pinch Recipes

Baked Beans-low fat, low sodium

These are very tasty baked beans and lower in sodium, sugar and fat, but you don't miss anything with the flavor!!!

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from Walmart.com

Brinks High Pressure Sodium Dusk to Dawn Activated Security Light, 70W

from The Home Depot

Outdoor White Fluorescent Entry Light

The HPS Entry Light from Lithonia Lighting offers a sleek and attractive option for building-mounted light in entrances, stairwells, and corridors. These outdoor lights provide security and ambient lighting

from BostonGlobe.com

As use of LED streetlights grows, so do concerns over ‘blue light’ - The Boston Globe

The difference in lighting color was evident on a recent night in Easton, from the LED street light in the background and the high-pressure sodium light in the foreground that is more orange and less like daylight.