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Videos: Sodium Savvy

August 2, 2013 by Healthy Families BC

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Every day we all make choices about our diet and although we all need sodium, but most of us eat more than double the amount we need. Watch our videos below to help you become sodium savvy and make healthier choices!

  • Sodium and Kids Snacks

    Registered Dietitian Melodie Yong talks about the benefits of healthy eating habits at a young age -- and that includes reducing sodium intake.

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  • Sodium Challenge #4

    Test your knowledge on sodium. Can you guess which product has the most?

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  • Sodium and Hypertension

    Registered Dietitian Melodie Yong speaks to a cardiovascular surgeon at St. Paul's Hospital on the connection between sodium and hypertension.

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  • Sodium Challenge #3

    Test your knowledge on sodium. Can you guess which product has the most?

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  • Hidden Sodium

    Dietitian Melodie Yong reveals where sodium may be hiding in common grocery items.

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  • Sodium and Kidney disease

    Registered Dietitian Melodie Yong talks about sodium and how it can impact your kidneys.

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  • Sodium Challenge #2

    Test your knowledge on sodium. Can you guess which product has the most?

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  • Sodium and Stroke

    Excess sodium can be a contributing factor in stokes. Dietitian Melodie Yong speaks to a stroke survivor and offers information on sodium and strokes.

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  • Sodium 101

    You've likely heard of sodium, but do you really know what it is? Registered dietitian Melodie Yong will give you the facts on sodium.

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  • Sodium Challenge #1

    Test your knowledge on sodium. Can you guess which product has the most?

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