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7 tasty ideas to add flavor without salt

By Cheryl Mussatto MS, RD, LD

We’ve all been told to cut back on our sodium intake to control high blood pressure or hypertension, a chronic condition affecting around 29% or 70 million American adults. Good advice but much easier said than done. Hidden sodium or salt pops up in all kinds of food least expected. From frozen meals, breads, canned and boxed goods, it seems like it’s everywhere.

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Wreck on Highway 31

OSAGE CITY — This morning a driver traveling K31 West of Morrill Road lost control of her red Pontiac G6 and rolled a couple of times ending up in the ditch. Deputy Kyler Kraus arrived to assess the scene at 5:23 a.m.

Osage City resident Alicia Berry was transported by ambulance to Stormont Vail Hospital with minor injuries.

According to a local passerby the weather conditions around the time of the incident were mostly clear. The vehicle involved appeared to be totaled.

The Osage County Sheriffs Office said they would not be issuing a press release.

Stocking a heart-friendly kitchen

Author – Cheryl Mussatto MS, RD, LD

5 facts to know about whole grains

Eat well to be well

By Cheryl Mussatto MS, RD, LD

Starting around mid-June into July, this time of year is known as wheat harvest in the Midwest. Here in the wheat state of Kansas, each hot, windy, dry day is one day closer to when a field of this golden grain will be ready to cut.

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