jueves, 23 de marzo de 2017

Savor the Flavor During National Nutrition Month

Million Hearts - Help prevent 1 million heart attacks and strokes by 2017 - e-update

Did you know that 9 in 10 Americans consume too much sodium, raising their risk for heart disease and stroke? For this final* installment of the Million Hearts® Healthy Eating Newsletter, we’re focusing on tips and tricks to help you find easy, manageable ways to eat a lower sodium diet. Visit the Million Hearts® National Nutrition Month® event page for more facts, heart-healthy food swaps, and shareable messages to help you cut the salt and stay healthy!

Test Your Knowledge

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Are you a "Sodium Smarty"?

Take the Million Hearts® quiz and learn the truth about sodium, as well as tips to reduce it at home and at the grocery store.

Sodium's Favorite Hiding Spot

Be a Sodium Sleuth

Did you know? More than 75% of the Sodium we eat comes from processed and restaurant foods, not the salt shaker!

Get Involved

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Spice Up Your Social Media

Follow Million Hearts® on Facebook and Twitter, and share these social media posts and images to help spread the word about sodium reduction during National Nutrition Month®—and beyond!

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Share an E-Card

Encourage your loved ones to eat healthfully and lower their sodium intake. Send them a personalized e-card to help them learn about the sources of sodium.

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Watch, Listen, and Learn

Ever wonder why cutting down on salt lowers risk for heart attack and stroke? These videos and podcasts tackle the basics and reveal a few surprising facts.

*On or about April 7, 2017, the Million Hearts® Healthy Eating Resource Center will no longer be available, but check back on the Million Hearts® website soon for a listing of helpful healthy eating resources from our partners, such as the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s MyPlate.

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