they only thing they found was high sodium levels. she finds it strange because she claims she doesn't consume a lot of salt, but sweets, yes. so she isn't sure how to cut down on the salt when she doesn't really eat a lot of it anyway? i told her, don't add salt to your food. use it only for cooking, and a pinch goes a long way. i noticed when she was here saturday that she added salt to her scrambled eggs after i cooked them. i figure little things like that might help, but any other ideas? she's going to her doctor today to follow up so hopefully she'll know more about this laterAnswer Question
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Processed foods have a lot of salt in them. A lot of foods have hidden salt. I taste my food before I salt it.
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