6 September 2016 MyNetDiary is Updating Goals for Fat, Cholesterol, and Sodium

MyNetDiary will be updating recommended intakes for fat, cholesterol, and sodium to be consistent with the 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Read this blog to find out more!

26 June 2012 Tweaking Sodium Intake with Heavy Sweating

Tweaking Sodium Intake with Heavy Sweating Basic public health guidelines for sodium intake (1500 mg - 2300 mg) are not necessarily appropriate for those engaged in high intensity activities, especially in hot and/or humid climates. We need more water and sodium with profuse sweating.

11 April 2012 Are You Getting Enough Iodine in Your Diet?

Are You Getting Enough Iodine in Your Diet? Public health messages about not using the salt shaker have worked. In the United States, the salt shaker no longer accounts for the majority of sodium added to foods at the table. Unfortunately, sodium from iodized table salt has been replaced with sodium...

31 January 2012 Dietary Control of Blood Pressure – It's Not Just About Sodium

Dietary Control of Blood Pressure – It's Not Just About Sodium Controlling blood pressure can be accomplished by exercise, losing weight if overweight, diet, and/or medication. Although most messages we hear about dietary control of hypertension focus on salt or sodium reduction, it is only one of four...

16 November 2010 The New Sodium Guideline

The New Sodium Guideline Did you know that the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans are just about to be released? The updated sodium guideline will be 1500 mg for everyone, not just for those who are at risk for hypertension (high blood pressure) or already have hypertension.

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