If your New Year's resolution was to get healthy, you're probably looking to overhaul your diet. While foods high in fat and calories are obvious things to avoid, you may be eating "diet" foods that are sneaking in unhealthy amounts of salt.Read Full Story
Whether you were heavy-handed with the salt or the lid fell off of the salt shaker (yikes!), we've all ended up with dishes that were way too salty. Before you freak out or throw it away and start from scratch, try these easy ways to fix the problem.Read Full Story
Humans have been using salt to preserve and enhance the flavor of food for thousands of years. But excess sodium leads to high blood pressure (which can increase your risk for strokes, heart attacks and heart failure), increases your chance of debilitating kidney stones and weakens your bones (already a serious concern for women).Read Full Story
Sony Pictures wants you to add more Salt to your movie diet. The studio is moving ahead with a sequel to the 2010 Angelina Jolie action flick that centered on a sleeper spy who was on the run. The film earned $294 million worldwide and they want to strike the iron while it’s hot.Read Full Story
Over time, the Food Guide Pyramid has evolved, and on January 31, 2011, the USDA declared the new nutritional laws of the land. With more than two-thirds of Americans overweight, the recommendations address a portly population. Uncle Sam may help you shed a few pounds if you follow these new Dietary Guidelines for Americans.Read Full Story
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