Mangos have a juicy, fruity-sweet flavor. When ripe, the flavor is a combination of peach or nectarine with a hint of pineapple and a splash of citrus overtones. The coloring will be a deep red and/or rich yellow with a blush of green. Mangos are really good for you, • Very good source of vitamin A & C • Good source of vitamin B6 & dietary fiber • Very low in saturated fat, cholesterol & sodium
Sourdough Rye Bread recipe: Breadtopica. On Rye: Higher in protein, phosphorus, iron and potassium than wheat. It’s high in lysine, low in gluten and very low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol and Sodium. It is also a good source of Zinc, Copper and Selenium, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber and Manganese.
The Salty Six: Six Foods That Load Your Diet With Salt via livewellmagazine and heart.org: Excess sodium can affect both your heart and your general appearance. The average American consumes about 3,400 mgs of sodium/day, more than twice the 1,500 mgs recommended by the American Heart Association. Currently, more than 75% of our sodium consumption comes from processed and restaurant foods. Here are six of the top sources for sodium in today’s diet. #Infographic #Salty_Six #Diet #Salt
Sliced bananas: The American Heart Association recommends a diet high in natural sources of potassium, which is important because the nutrient mitigates the negative effects of sodium. “When you have sodium in the blood stream, that’s when the blood pressure can go up. When you have a diet that is high in potassium, it decreases the sodium,” says Steinbaum.