Make it: Warm meatballs in microwave. Place on bun with sauce and peppers, and sprinkle with cheese. Warm sandwich in microwave for 20 to 30 seconds. Serve orange slices on the side.
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I agree Ceecee you have to have some sodium in your diet. To much of anything is bad, but depending on your allowed calorie intake for each day, you should be able to determine the right mg of sodium intake thats right for you.
How can you bet they are 'loaded with sodium'? I don't add salt in my meatballs, so why are you? When you cook for yourself it's easy to make things low sodium, and this looks home made to me.
As for the fast food options, they are options when there is nothing else and are not the norm.
Too much sodium is bad for you. No sodium can kill you, too.
I don't see how all of these meals are healthy. A hamburger from McDonalds? Also, I am betting most of these are loaded with sodium and that is something that is being left off of the nutrition counts. Sodium is seriously bad for you and all of the recipes you offer should start adjusting them to be lower in sodium. My urologist told me a healthy choice meal I had and told him the sodium count was 240 and he said that was high.
I notice you're adding fruit to all of these meals. In reality, you should only be eating fruit at least 30 minutes away from each meal because when you pair it with grains, proteins or veggies, it causes gas. So try and space your fruit out from your normal meal. Also try not to eat and drink at the same time. Drink your liquids separately from your meals to avoid gas :)
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