Cirrhosis: Questions About Reducing Sodium - Topic Overview
If you need to limit the amount of sodium in your diet, you should
see a health professional to help you evaluate your current diet and target how
much sodium you should have in your diet. Here are some questions to consider
I have cirrhosis. What can you tell me about how
eating less sodium will help me?
Isn't sodium found in all foods?
Do I need a minimum amount of sodium?
Can you tell me
some foods to avoid because of high sodium content? If I like these foods, what
can I substitute?
How can I count sodium content in my
What's the difference between salt and sodium? Aren't they
How can reading food labels and ingredient lists help me
cut back on sodium?
How can I cook using less sodium?
WebMD Medical Reference from Healthwise
January 22, 2010
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