The IOM report concluded that, while high levels of sodium intake definitely are related to risk of cardiovascular disease, there aren’t enough good data on health outcomes to determine what impact sodium intake below 2,300 mg per day has on the risk of heart disease, stroke, or other causes of death in the general US population. To read further on sodium, check out Count Sodium as well as Calories at Fast Food Outlets, What Foods Hide High Sodium? How Much Sodium is in Protein Bar Lunches? Nutrition Myths Debunked – Myth 5 Adding salt to the pot adds sodium to the food. Tony
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Nutrition is crucial before, during and after pregnancy to optimize health for both mother and child, according to an updated position paper and a new practice paper from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. 470 more words
Just Released! National Nutrition® Month Catalog
Check out new items and treasured favorites in the 2015 National Nutrition Month® catalog. Featuring the vibrant “Bite into a Healthy Lifestyle” graphic, the catalog features t-shirts, kitchen gadgets, patient education materials and much more. 7 more words
Judith C. Thalheimer, RD, LDN wrote in Today’s Dietitian …..
It’s a fact: People who consume high levels of sodium tend to have higher blood pressure and increased risk of cardiovascular disease.1,2 But how much is too much? 2,443 more words
DCMADA has implemented terms and conditions of use and etiquette guidelines for our electronic mailing list (EML) in accordance with Academy recommendations. If you ever post information to our EML, please take a moment to review the guidelines outlined in this post. 1,350 more words