It will be to your health benefit to find out. If your BMI is high (greater than 30), a recent study of more than 75,000 people has shown an increased risk for developing heart disease.
- Avoid using added salt to your foods
- Read labels and select foods low in sodium (140mg or less) and low in fat (3g or less)
- Avoid Sugary beverages
- Eat more vegetables, fruits and high fiber (5g or more per serving) foods
- Consult with a Registered Dietitian for weight management
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