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MSNBC’s Matt Lauer interviews the author of Eat This Not That, David Zinczenko, about the amount of salt in food. The American Heart Association recommends about 2300 mg (about 1 teaspoon) of sodium per day. the problem is that some restaurant meals may have 6,000 t0 8,000 MG per day – about 3 days worth in one meal. 80% of the food we eat is from processed food and restaurants. One of the problems is that salt is about the cheapest condiment available.
If you can taste the salt, it is too much and you are being short-changed nutritionally. So check this out: Red Lobster’s Admiral Feast has 2 full days worth of sodium (the equivalent to 7 orders of large onion rings.) Chills Mexican buffalo chicken fajitas have 3 full days (6,846 mg) worth of salt. The Hormel chili 98% fat free turkey with beans in a can has 2500 mg of salt, exceeding the daily limit, (equal to 4 large salted pretzels). P.F. Chang’s hot & sour soup bowl has 6,878 mg sodium (equal to eating more than 200 salted sodium crackers.
I used to use lots of salt, but I have discovered to love the natural flavors of food and self-hypnosis helped me make that change.
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