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8/11/17 12:02 P

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I was using salt a lot and brought my numbers very high. Doctor told me to cut down. I did, now My BP is much lower. I use salt substitute. Be careful Everything has salt in it.

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3/23/17 9:12 A

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Thanks for info

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3/22/17 1:39 P

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Wow, I never would have thought that there would be so much sodium in some of the raw veggies I eat! emoticon Thanks Again emoticon

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3/22/17 1:34 P

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Thanks so Very Much. I will go and check that out. I greatly appreciate the information and thanks again

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3/22/17 11:49 A

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On the Nutrition page, under Reports, click on Today's Full Report. I look at it a couple of times a day.

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3/22/17 8:25 A

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I never add salt to anything, nor do I cook with salt and so far my total sodium intake has always been around 1200 - 1400 mg per day with the occasional day with around 1600 mg. However, yesterday my total sodium intake was at 2200 mg.

I know that I can see what the total sodium intake is at the bottom of the My Nutrition page (which is how I know what my total intake is each day).

Anyway, I was wondering if there is some way to see exactly how much each food contributed to my sodium intake without having to click on each food to view the nutritional information for each food and jotting all of that information down and then reviewing my notes to figure out what I did differently that added so much more sodium to the day? I really didn't have anything different than what I usually eat which is why I am trying to figure out where I went wrong yesterday.

Thanks

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