I am helping out at "health awareness fairs" and I've become even more conscious of the foods I am eating.
I'm also a certified CPR/First Aid instructor. I figure I better start a practicing what I'm preaching.
During my search to become a CPR/First Aid instructor I found myself joining with the American Heart Association and signed up for some heart health information.
I received this one a few weeks ago and I found it very interesting, so I figure I would share the article with all of you:
Be sure to keep in mind that different brands and restaurant preparation of the same foods may have different sodium levels. The American Heart Association's Heart-Check mark—whether in the grocery store or restaurant helps shoppers see through the clutter on grocery store shelves to find foods that help you build a heart-healthy diet.