[GMA] Ajinomoto Eat Well, Live Well. Stay Well: Reducing Sodium In Our Diet

16th October 2020

A lot of our Filipino dishes are usually high in sodium but it’s strongly recommended that we start reducing sodium in our diet. Find out how with health expert Dr. Nemencio Nicodemus, Jr. FPSDEM, FPCP, Professional Chef and Restaurateur Chef Sau Del Rosario, and host Suzi Abrera in the next episode of Eat Well, Live Well. Stay Well. tonight at 8:00 PM!

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