In my diet instructions, I include the advice of reading food labels whenever a food is to be purchased. There you will see what you will be partaking. Take for example the fat content. Be reminded that saturated fat is the culprit to heart problems, it being the bad fat. And so, if you notice in a label they most usually include total fat then saturated fat, so it will be distinguishable how much of the bad fat it contains. Another is the Sodium content. Since sodium is being used as preservative as well, you will positively find them high in canned and preserved items. It is noted there for the buyers to at least know where it stands in their 2-6gm daily allowance, depending on their body needs. It is advisable to consume less for those with clinical manifestations of hypertension and heart problems, and those with edema and kidney problems. Consulting dietitians is a must, just as consulting a medical practitioner.
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