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Start the Week Off Right: Easy changes for a heart healthy diet


Start the Week Off Right: Easy changes for a heart healthy diet
Quad City Times

Our Standard American Diet (SAD) is high in sodium and extremely low in potassium. Sodium and potassium are considered nutrient partners and need to be balanced. You should eat more potassium than sodium. You might be thinking, âMy daily banana gives me

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