Jane Maynard, of This Week for Dinner, is joining the Sodium Blog as a Guest Curator this fall.
Snacking is important for healthy eating, but snacks can also be one of the top sources for high-sodium food. Luckily, we don't have to rely on chips and other processed foods to fuel our bodies throughout the day.
There are all kinds of great snacks out there that are delicious and will still keep your heart happy! This collection of lower-sodium snack ideas from Everyday Health are satisfying and scrumptious all while leaving the high levels of sodium behind. The fruit smoothie and roasted chickpeas look especially appetizing...and irresistible!
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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