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You might not want to ask for an ingredients list when you are enjoying a night out. But this simple step will help you to reduce your sodium intake when dining out: ask for sauces and salad dressings on the side and only small amounts. Taste your food first then sprinkle it with freshly ground pepper or lemon if it needs a flavour boost. Balance your day. If you ate out at a restaurant today, make sure the rest of your meals you eat at home are lower sodium.
Learn more on how to shake the salt habit when dining out:
10 ways to shake the salt habit when dining out
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