Do you want to know how much sodium you should take?
Are you suffering from heart complications?
Do you want to know how to heal your heart with a low sodium diet?
You may have been suffering from a poor diet that is filled with excess sodium and extra salt, and you want to make a change, starting now, you know what your problem is. Whether you are suffering from acute kidney disease, high blood pressure, heart failure, edema, or some other condition, you know that the only way to solve your problem and transform your life is to embrace a reduced-sodium, low, or no added salt diet. This might seem scary at first, - after all, most of our favorite snacks and meals are filled with extra salt and increased levels of sodium - that is what makes it taste so good. That is what our brains remember when we take a bite into a greasy burger and salted crispy fries. We remember the salty grease and the savory crispiness of the french fries that we ate for our meal - we want more - we always want more, and we live in an age where products like meat and salty junk food are easily attained for a relatively reasonable price.
It can be hard to take the first step in building yourself a new life, particularly if you have to bring other people with you. Sometimes friends and family can be your biggest hindrance. There is something about food and beverages that makes otherwise lovely and reasonable people act entirely out of character if they feel intimidated or left behind, in the same way, that an alcoholic feels threatened by the only person not drinking alcohol at dinner. However, hopefully, with the techniques mentioned in this audiobook, you can help them see everything from your point of view and what you are trying to accomplish.
In this audiobook, I will discuss the following:
- Low sodium diet overview.
- Operation and tricks for the slow cooker.
- Sodium consumption: How to balance consumption and how much you should consume.
- Low sodium recipes to get started with and a 21-day meal plan.
You are in charge of your body and your health. Keep your changes consistent and stick to them until you slowly get used to the change that you have implemented from your usual routine. Then make another change and another change and another change - until one day, you find that your whole life has been turned upside down.
You can keep track of your sodium and potassium levels and aim to keep them within the guidelines detailed. I highly recommend that you keep a note of your blood pressure before commencing the diet. And then keep track of it as you follow the diet. As long as you lower your sodium and raise your potassium levels - you’ll see incredible results fast.
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