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Decide on Better Alternatives

The best way to make informed purchases is to be a proactive nutrition label reader, then make your choices based on how you plan to use certain foods. Are they something you eat every day, once a week, or only once a month? Can you cut back on the quantity you use if there is no lower-sodium product available? With every purchase, you're deciding how to spend your allotment of dietary sodium. That's why it pays to take your time and think through your selections. Make conscious, educated decisions based on the nutrition facts and on your knowledge of what's most important to you.

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