By Dick Logue
Sixty-five million american citizens have hypertension and five million be afflicted by congestive middle failure. whilst their medical professionals suggest them to monitor their weight and decrease their sodium consumption, they think a life of many times bland and unappetizing nutrition. Their anxieties approximately their future health are compounded by way of the inspiration that consuming will now not be enjoyable and stress-free. This booklet will guarantee them in a different way. full of 500 recipes (both vintage and daring), 500 No-Salt, Low-Sodium Recipes beats again the boredom and permits individuals with hypertension, center, kidney, or liver affliction to keep up a various and intriguing low-sodium vitamin.
500 No-Salt, Low-Sodium Recipes gains uncomplicated recipes with dietary breakdowns and invaluable suggestions for a low-sodium way of life, together with what nutrition goods to prevent for his or her hidden sodium content material, plus information regarding handy and engaging low-sodium substitutes and the place to discover them.
- Spicy Potato Skins
- Lemon Glazed Doughnuts
- Three-Bean Salad
- Apple Pie
- Velvet Crumb Cake
- Barbecue Sauce
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As you can see from the figures on the previous page, ¼ teaspoon of salt contains more than this 500 mg. Much of the sodium we take in does come from salt. So an obvious first step in reducing sodium intake is to stop using salt. Don’t add it to things you cook and don’t sprinkle it on at the table. But that is not enough. Prepared foods contain salt and other sodium compounds in amounts that will quickly send you past your daily allowance. A can of soup may have as much as 1000 mg of sodium. I’ve seen cans of chili with 2400 mg.
So letting your store manager know that you want low sodium items stocked may help. I’ve seen cases where a manager will order something new for you and others where they don’t, because they feel the space could be used for something that more people want. It never hurts to ask. Another great source of low sodium foods is stores that specialize in organic and gourmet foods like Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s. If you live near one of these, or some similar store, you should definitely check them out.
And the recipes themselves will teach you how to have the foods that you thought you had to give up forever. How Difficult Is This Low Sodium Thing? I guess the answer to that question is that there’s good news and bad news. The first good news is that salt is an acquired taste. We learn to expect and like a certain amount of salty flavor in our foods, but we can also learn to like the taste of foods without salt. It does take some time, so you have to stick with your low sodium diet even when you really want to add some salt.
500 Low Sodium Recipes: Lose the salt, not the flavor in meals the whole family will love by Dick Logue