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Sodium Myths and Facts for Kids Infographic
The science is clear... our kids eat more sodium than what is safe and recommended. Learn the facts in this infographic from the American Heart Association.
Sodium Swap: Change Your Salty Ways in 21 Days Infographic
The American Heart Association helps you learn how to change your taste for sodium with this three-week plan.
75% of Americans Want Less Sodium in Processed and Restaurant Foods
The American Heart Association helps you learn the truth about sodium and salt by busting these common myths.
Sodium Can Be Sneaky
The American Heart Association helps you learn how sodium levels can change by simply substituting lower sodium ingredients to meals.
7 Salty (Sodium) Myths BUSTED Infographic
The American Heart Association helps you learn the truth about sodium and salt by busting the top seven myths.
Controlling Your Risk Factors Brochure (Spanish/English)
Empower patients to reduce their risk of heart attack and stroke with this complete, easy-to-read resource based on new prevention guidelines. This booklet defines each of the risk factors for heart attack and stroke and provides guidance for managing those that can be controlled: cholesterol, physical inactivity, blood pressure, smoking, obesity, diabetes. It also emphasizes four key numbers for patients to know to treat their risk: total cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar, and BMI. It encourages patients to discuss their risk with their healthcare providers to determine the best treatment options.
Los Seis Salados Para Los Niņos Infographic en Espaņol
The American Heart Association helps you learn the top six common foods that are common in kids' diets that are also high in sodium.
The Effects of Excess Sodium on Your Health and Appearance
The American Heart Association helps you learn what excess sodium in your diet can do to your health and appearance.
High Blood Pressure and African Americans
The American Heart Association helps explain why being African American raises your chances of having high blood pressure, also called hypertension.
How High Blood Pressure Can Lead to Stroke
The American Heart Association explains how high blood pressure, also called hypertension, is a major risk factor for stroke and defines the different types of strokes.