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No Salt Recipes : Your Go-To Cookbook of Healthy, Low-Sodium Ideas!
by Thomas Kelly




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Has your physician or nutritionist recommended a no salt or low sodium diet for you? It can be one of the best ways to eat healthy, but you'll need recipes that help you identify good options.Your body only needs about 200-300 mg of sodium each day. When you adopt a no salt added diet, using recipes like those in this handy cookbook, you will be healthier, and feel better, too. Lots of people talk about no-salt diets, but they are actually more properly called no salt added diets, since many foods contain sodium naturally. Those foods are cut back in a salt restricted diet, too. A no-salt diet is helpful if you have or are predisposed to conditions like edema (swelling, usually in the legs and feet), kidney failure, heart disease or high blood pressure. Your physician will tailor a no-salt diet to your own needs, and the recipes in this cookbook are helpful for typical no salt diet regimens. When you are on a no salt diet, replace table salt with a salt substitute or with spices and herbs, when you cook. You'll also want to avoid foods that have high amounts of salt added like salty snacks, processed meat and canned soup. Try one of these healthy no-salt added recipes today

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Overview

Has your physician or nutritionist recommended a no salt or low sodium diet for you? It can be one of the best ways to eat healthy, but you'll need recipes that help you identify good options.Your body only needs about 200-300 mg of sodium each day. When you adopt a no salt added diet, using recipes like those in this handy cookbook, you will be healthier, and feel better, too. Lots of people talk about no-salt diets, but they are actually more properly called no salt added diets, since many foods contain sodium naturally. Those foods are cut back in a salt restricted diet, too. A no-salt diet is helpful if you have or are predisposed to conditions like edema (swelling, usually in the legs and feet), kidney failure, heart disease or high blood pressure. Your physician will tailor a no-salt diet to your own needs, and the recipes in this cookbook are helpful for typical no salt diet regimens. When you are on a no salt diet, replace table salt with a salt substitute or with spices and herbs, when you cook. You'll also want to avoid foods that have high amounts of salt added like salty snacks, processed meat and canned soup. Try one of these healthy no-salt added recipes today


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  • ISBN-13: 9781795563703
  • ISBN-10: 1795563702
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: January 2019
  • Page Count: 86
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.22 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.38 pounds


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