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    Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources: The average American eats about 22 teaspoons of sugar a day, but the American Heart Association recommends a limit of 5 teaspoons a day for women. Eek! But where is it coming from? Dessert isn't always the main culprit. Read on for more sneaky sources. #SELFmagazine

    Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources: Salad Dressing. #SELFmagazine

    Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources: Turkey and Beef Jerky. #SELFmagazine

    Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources: Flavored Oatmeal. #SELFmagazine

    Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources: Marinara Sauce. #SELFmagazine

    Sneaky, Sneaky: 46 Common Names For Sugar

    Sneaky sources of sugar! via Women's Health (measurements are approximations and will vary by product)

    Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources: Whole Wheat Bread. Yup, added sugar can hide even in products marked "whole wheat." Scan labels to suss out sugar sources like honey, molasses or high-fructose corn syrup. #SELFmagazine

    5 Sneaky Ways Alcohol Undermines Your Health And Looks

    American Heart Association Complete Guide to Women's Heart Health: The Go Red for Women Way to Well-Being & Vitality

    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

    Don't let these sneaky sugars wreck your diet

    Know what you are eating :)

    eat your heart out diet

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    What you should eat...more / less...

    You are what you eat.

    When to eat

    Women's heart attack symptoms are different than men's! Know the signs.

    Eating for a Healthy Heart Infographic