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Americans consume 4,000 mg of sodium, on average, each and every day. Based on the current recommendation from major health organizations, including the World Health Organization, if you’re a healthy adult interested in preventing disease, you should consume 2,300 mg or less per day. And, if you fall into a category shared by 70 percent of all Americans (middle-aged and older, African American, or already have high blood pressure), consuming more than 1,500 mg per day is too much.
During this presentation, I'll share a chart for one common kitchen pantry item, baking powder, in which I compare nine different brands (along with their price) and their sodium content.
I also include info on whether or not the brand contains aluminum as studies suggest this, too, might be hazardous to our health.
Come learn how-to be a more informed, conscious consumer by making simple changes when you shop.
1 · March 13
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0 · March 1