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How to Use Salt for Maximum Flavor and Minimum Sodium

Here’s what you need to know so you can salt your food without getting too much sodium. The most important thing to remember about salt is that it attracts water. That’s how salt increases our blood pressure. Over time, when we eat too much salt or sodium, it accumulates in our bloodstream. Water than enters […]

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Arsenic in Rice

For several years now the FDA has known that levels of arsenic in rice are much higher than is healthy. They just don’t know what to do about it. Arsenic is a Class 1 Carcinogen, meaning it is a cancer promoter. Its on the same level as cigarette smoking, asbestos, and formaldehyde.  Arsenic also contributes […]

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The #1 Thing

“So, what is the one thing someone like me, in their early 40s and getting high cholesterol, should do to change their diet and be healthier?” That was the question from a young father at a dinner party the other night. Its always the question when people find out that I am a nutritionist and […]

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