One simple step you can take to improve your help is to manage salt intake to minimize high blood pressure.
Avoiding the salt shaker at the dinner table is a start, but it is also important to learn how to read labels on packaged food. Seemingly “innocent” foods can be more dangerous than you could imagine. Seemingly “healthy” foods such as soups and canned vegetables can contain levels approaching your maximum daily recommended amount of sodium. “Healthy” frozen dinners endeavor to reduce fat, but often replace the “missing flavor” with very high amounts of sodium.
If you make the commitment to Manage Salt Intake to Minimize High Blood Pressure, you have one solid “building block” in a healthier new you.