Salt Taking A Cut In Groceries And Restaurant Menus
Sixteen food companies plan to cut the amount of salt in bacon, flavored rice and dozens of other products as part of a national effort to reduce American's sodium consumption by 20 percent.
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#2 Apr 27, 2010
Very, very good move!
#3 Apr 28, 2010
Stop regulating my life! For those who want less sodium, buy the lower sodium alternatives. Not all of us need that dietary restriction.
Doesn't the government have more important issues to deal with, such as handling the rampant unemployment or going after the tax cheats in Obama's cabinet?
#4 Apr 28, 2010
And I just bought salt stocks.
#5 Apr 28, 2010
Sure you do. Your kidneys will thank you. There is way too much sodium in processed foods to begin with. Two of the biggest offenders which people don't consider are canned vegetables and soups.
#6 Apr 28, 2010
I eat mostly whole foods, fruits and vegatables. However, when I do want bacon, I want the real deal, baby.
I shouldn't have to give things up because people are too stupid or lazy to regulate their own diet and exercise habits.
#7 Apr 28, 2010
i like to have the freedom to eat what i want when i want without no one telling me what to do.
what's next, the government will remove the vodka from my penne ala vodka because it has a drop of alcohol in it?
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