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Page 8 January 31st, 2013 Valley News & Views "This meal is really good," I commented. My husband had prepared roast beef with mashed potatoes and gravy on a cold winter day. "What seasonings did you add?" I asked. "I just added some garlic, salt and pepper," he replied. "Dad added salt to the food!" our 14-year-old daughter announced as my son came into the kitchen. "Dad added salt? This is really, really goodI" our 17- year-old son raved. My husband glanced at me with a bewildered look. I was amused by our kids' excitement about the addition of salt. They like to give their dad a hard time on occasion, too. Maybe we had gone overboard with our We reserve the right to limit quantities, Not all sale items available at all participating stores. Starting and ending dates may vary by store. Not responsible lot graphic or typographical errors. SALE PRICES GOOD jANUARY 30 - FEBRUARY 5 PHONE 701-454-381 t DRAYTON, NORTH DAKOTA HMU_R: Monday-Friday 8:00 A.M. TO 8:00 P.M. / Saturday 8:00 a. TO 6:00 P.M. Sunday 9:15 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M. Jolly Time $1 99 Popcorn .................... 3 Pack Nabisco Assorted $299 Snack Crackers ........... 6-10 ozs, Nabisco Assorted S 399 Dinty Moore S249 A-1 S3  Beef Stew ................... 20 ozs. Steak Sauce ................ lo ozs. Spare $249 Sweet Baby Rays Assorted $ I 88 Luncheon Meat ............. 12 ozs. Barbecue Sauce ............ 18 ozs. Classico Assorted s2" LindsaYBlack OlivesASSrted 3/$5 O0 Spray Cheese ............... e ozs. Pasta Sauce ............. 15 or 24 OZS ................ 60zs, Dole Mandarin Oranges .......... 15oz? 149 Hormel Assorted $1 29 Gedney $ Chili with Beans ............ lSozs, HI Baby Dills .................. 32ozs. 3 Dole Assorted $ I 49 Assorted Aa Gednef 3/$r=99 Pineapple ................... 2o ozs. Creamettes Pasta . 7 ozs. '' Relisn ................... l o ozs. =lw Libby's Assorted " 89, Kraft .......... $Jm 49 Lawry " $ Miracle Whip ................ 3ooze,  Seasoned Salt . . .8ozs. 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Per lb. s/S DO S449 $|99 o_ 2/SLOO ONIONS ............ i:iiiiil;iiii!! : : i:: :::i !: N CASS CLAY HALF l HALF 9900, CASS CLAY ASSORTED CHIP DIPS " CASS CLAY ASSORTED SOUR CREAM $r19 dr__ 1 oz, Case Clay Assorted SPi 99 Cottage Cheese ...... " ...... 22 ozs. -l- Case Clay . . $ Swms Chocolate Mdk ....... 4 oz,. i- Kraft J)9 Cheez Whiz ................ s ozs.-gP Kraft $1 69 Philadelphia Cream Cheese.. s ozs. II Reddi Whip I 1 99 Spray Topping ............. s.s ozs.- I ASSORTED TOMBSTONE PIZZA - 49e ,o.w,,, CABBAGE ....... $199 12 oz. Tub .... ......... 3/$000 LEMONS .......... .,..u,o., ONIONS ......... RADISHES ....... a ALL FLAVORS CASS CLAY ICE CREAM Stouffers s9,9 Lasagna ................... 7 ozs. Banquet $599 Fried Chicken .......... 8 Piece Meal A.orted $5  DiGiorno Pizzas ................. =/slOOO TGIF Wings ................. infrequent addition of salt as we cook. We usually add salt "to taste" at the table. Was our food really that bland, or was our home-cooked food less salty than the foods they ate in other places? According to a 2010 Institute of Medicine report, Americans consume the equivalent of 1.5 teaspoons of salt, or sodium chloride, per day. High-sodium diets are linked to high blood pressure, which increases the risk for heart disease, stroke and kidney disease. About one of three Americans has high blood pressure and another one-third have prehypertension. You may have heard the advice to leave your salt shaker in the cupboard. However, most of the salt in foods is not added at the table. Most sodium comes from highly processed foods, such as dinner mixes, or from restaurant or fast foods. Most table salt contains iodine, an element our bodies cannot manufacture. Our body uses iodine to make thyroid hormones. If we do not consume enough iodine, our thyroid gland can enlarge to form a goiter or large growth at the side of the neck. Goiters are still common in some parts of the world. A deficiency in iodine may result in fatigue, weight gain and cold hands and feet. If a pregnant woman is low in iodine, her baby may be born with a mental disability. Iodine is found in the soil in some areas, so depending on where food was grown, food such as dry edible beans and potatoes may provide iodine. Iodine also can be found in variable amounts in seafood, dairy products, eggs and some multivitamin/ multimineral supplements. Be sure you look for "iodized" on the label of the salt containers that you buy. The salt in processed foods typically is not iodized. These are some tips to manage your sodium intake from http://www. choosemyplate.gov: * Eat highly processed foods less often and in smaller portions. * Cook more often at home where you are in control of what's in your food. Eat plenty of flesh or frozen vegetables and fruits. * Choose more fat-free or low-fat milk and yogurt in place of cheese, which is higher in sodium. * Cut back on salt little by little, and pay attention to the natural tastes of various foods. Your taste for salt will lessen through time. * Use spices, herbs, garlic, vinegar or lemon juice to season foods or use no- salt seasoning mixes. Try black or red pepper, basil, curry, ginger or rosemary. * Read the Nutrition Facts label and the ingredients statement to find packaged and canned foods lower in sodium. Look for foods labeled "low sodium," "reduced sodium" or "no salt added." * Ask for low-sodium foods when you eat out. Restaurants may prepare lower- sodium foods at your request and will serve sauces and salad dressings on the side so you can use less. * Pay attention to condiments. Foods such as soy sauce, ketchup, pickles, olives, salad dressings and seasoning packets are high in sodium. * Boost your potassium intake. Potassium is needed to maintain normal blood pressure levels. Potassium is found in vegetables and fruits such as potatoes, beet greens, tomato juice and sauce, sweet potatoes, beans (white, lima and kidney) and bananas. Other sources of potassium include yogurt, clams, halibut, orange juice and milk. Add some color to your plate. Try this potassium- rich, low-sodium colorful fruit salad to brighten a Continued on Page 5 Get a Jump Start on Kelly's AD. Get it before the paper comes out by going to www.valleynv.com. | / ?