Jane Maynard, of This Week for Dinner, is joining the Sodium Blog as a Guest Curator this fall.
When you're trying to eat a low-sodium diet, eating at restaurants can be especially challenging. Restaurant foods are one of the biggest sources of hidden sodium, making it quite tricky to go out and keep the sodium down.
In this article, How to Eat Low-Sodium at Restaurants, Sarah Krieger, MPH, RD, shares ten tips for navigating sodium at restaurants, including specific foods to keep an eye out for both in restaurants and when shopping at the grocery store.
Jane Maynard, of This Week for Dinner, is joining the Sodium Blog as a Guest Curator this fall. Over the coming months Jane will share some of her favorite sources around the web to help inspire you to eat and live well -- and break up with salt! You can connect with Jane on Twitter at @janemaynard or via the This Week For Dinner Facebook page.
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