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Diet pada Hipertensi - Diet Garam Bagus-English

Diet pada Hipertensi - Diet Garam Bagus-English

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Sebuah artikel leaflet sederhana dari luar negeri tentang usaha usaha mencegah hipetensi melalui mengurangi asupan garam yang ternyata banyak terdapat pada makanan di sekitar kita tanpa kita sadari ; ENGLISH LANGUAGE; health promotion specially in nutrition diet in Hypertension patient from New York City Department of Health
Sebuah artikel leaflet sederhana dari luar negeri tentang usaha usaha mencegah hipetensi melalui mengurangi asupan garam yang ternyata banyak terdapat pada makanan di sekitar kita tanpa kita sadari ; ENGLISH LANGUAGE; health promotion specially in nutrition diet in Hypertension patient from New York City Department of Health

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 #72 in a series of Health Bulletins on issues of pressing interest to all NewYorkers
VOLUME 8, NUMBER 5
HealthBulleti
NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE
nyc.gov/health
Available in Spanish and Chinese: call 311 or visit nyc.gov/health• Disponible en español: llame al 311 o visite nyc.gov/health• nyc.gov/health
Health
Many foods pack a lot moresalt than you think.
Cut the Salt!
 TOO MUCH SALT CAN RAISE BLOOD PRESSURE ANDLEAD TO HEART ATTACK AND STROKE
 
Cut the Salt! Volume 8 – Number 5
Too much salt is harmful.
On average, people eat much more salt than they should.
It’s the sodium in salt that makesblood pressure go up.
Cutting down on salt helpsprevent and control highblood pressure.
Most people should eat no morethan 1,500 mg of sodium perday. This is most important forpeople with high blood pressure,black people, and middle-agedand older people.
Even people with normal bloodpressure benefit from lowerblood pressure. Lower bloodpressure decreases the risk of heart attack and stroke.
Most restaurant meals and processedfoods are full of salt.
Your salt shaker is not themain problem!
Most of the salt we eat – almost 80% –comes from packaged, processed andstore-bought food, and from restaurantmeals (includingfast food).
Only about 10% of the sodium in ourdiet comes from salt we add duringcooking or at the table.
 The rest is found naturally in food.
 
Check food labels before you buy.
Read the Nutrition Facts label to chooseproducts with less sodium.
 This can of chicken & rice souphas 870 mg of sodium perserving. That is a lot! Most peopleshould eat no more than 1,500mg of sodium per day.
Be sure to check the servingsize and the number of servingsper container.
 This can contains two servings,so if you eat the whole can, you’llget TWICE as much sodium –more than you should eat ina day!
Chicken & Rice Soup
Compare the amount of sodium indifferent brands.
Salty foods don’t always TASTE salty,so always check the label.
 
Sodium
870mg
 
Choose the lowest!
 
Sodium
480mg
 

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