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FoodFacts.com has been keeping our community up to date about controversies surrounding sodium levels. While it appears that we consume far too much salt on a daily basis, there have been conflicting studies about just how much is too much, … Continue reading

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FoodFacts.com is always interested in the latest information available to us regarding the alarming levels of sodium in our food supply. We devote a lot of blog space and Facebook posts to revealing that information and highlighting those products which … Continue reading

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FoodFacts.com wanted to let our community know about a powerful new book titled Salt Sugar Fat by Michael Moss. We’re sure that the food-conscious consumers in our own network will find it a fascinating read. The author is a Pulitzer … Continue reading

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Brought to you by Foodfacts.com: Do you recall the older winter-time commercial of a snowman dragging his feet into his home from a blizzard; and sitting down to a bowl of hot chicken noodle soup? As he took one sip … Continue reading

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Foodfacts.com looks into the recent study of the harms of having to much salt intake in your diet and to little amounts of potassium. Earlier studies had found an association between high blood pressure and high levels of salt consumption … Continue reading

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Here at foodfacts.com, we like to keep our readers informed of all current and up-to-date information regarding health and food. Here is a recent news article discussing the 10 scariest food additives in some of the most popular food products … Continue reading

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Here at FoodFacts.com, we like to keep our followers up-to-date with current trends, research, and events. Today we share with you that July 6, 2011 is deemed National Fried Chicken Day. In fact, July 6th has celebrated this “holiday” for … Continue reading

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Imagine pouring one and a half teaspoons of salt directly into your mouth. Can you taste it? Blah, blech! You’d shed an ocean of tears trying to choke down those tongue-tingling crystals. Yet, if you’re a typical American, you eat … Continue reading

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Foodfacts.com observes that salt is becoming a bit of a food baddie. That’s not a true representation of it from a health point of view – we need salt to keep our muscles and nerves working and it does a … Continue reading

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Looking back through history, salt has probably been the single most influential foodstuff known. Did you know that salt funded the construction of China’s Great Wall? It helped to carve out trade routes, gave rise to Europe’s great cities, ignited … Continue reading

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