A large popcorn at the movie theater concession stand contains about 1,500 mg of sodium, and that’s without adding any more toppings. So why is it listed on low-sodium foods?
Category: Salt Substitute
Do You Know Where Most of the Salt In Your Diet Comes From? Percentages might surprise you.
Do You Know Where Most of the Sodium In Your Diet Comes From? Percentages might surprise you. It’s not the salt shaker anymore. Here is a percentage graph.
I am anti-salt in seasonings because the more seasoning you add, the more salt you are adding.
It’s not that I am so anti-salt. Salt can have its place. I am, however, anti-salt in seasonings because the more seasoning you add, the more salt you are adding. Usually, salt is listed as the first ingredient often followed by sugar because the sugar will help it not taste so salty. You lose control… Read more »
Salt-Free Seasonings Offer Help Living With A Low Sodium Diet
Salt-free seasonings are the key to living with a low sodium diet. Low sodium diets do not have to be bland. You need good quality salt-free seasonings. The seasonings need to be fresh with good aroma and you need a variety of them. You will be surprised how quickly you can become tired of the… Read more »
Salt Substitutes And Trying To Make Your Food Taste Salty Should Not Be Your Only Goal
Using salt substitutes to make food taste salty should not be your only goal. When eating a low sodium diet, you need flavor too. You will need to learn how to get rid of bland food. This includes learning how to increase flavor by using salt-free seasonings, fresh herbs, fresh vegetables, citrus and fruits, kinds… Read more »
How To Shop For Popcorn
I just read an article about how to shop for popcorn in EatingWell Magazine. This has some good tips. Did you know that popcorn is non-GMO? At least for now. However, I would look for organic just to be sure it is a safer choice. Here is a link to an article I wrote a… Read more »
Starting A Low Sodium Diet & Making Your Food Taste Salty Should Not Be Your Main Goal
Starting a low sodium diet, your first thought might be to find a salt substitute. You think you’ve got to replace the salt taste in your food. Using salt substitutes to make food taste salty should not be your only goal. More than you realize, you need flavor too. You will need to learn how… Read more »
Tips When Eating Out In A Restaurant On A Low Sodium Diet
Eating out on a low sodium diet? Here are a few tips: Ask to have no salt added to your food, no sauces or gravies, no condiments, and take a bottle of Table Tasty salt substitute with you to the restaurant. Click for more tips about what you should do when eating out and tips… Read more »