• How to Cut Extra Sodium out of Your Diet for Good!

    by Dr. Elizabeth Greenberg
    on Mar 25th, 2019

1.Use sea salt or kosher salt for cooking. Sea salt has more minerals and adheres better to food than table salt. Kosher salt has 25 percent less sodium than table salt.

2.Avoid visibly salted foods, particularly snack foods.

3.Rinse canned foods packed in salt water such as beans, vegetables and tuna.

4.Limit foods that are cured or marinated.

5.Use alternatives. Herbs, sodium-free spices, vinegar, lemon and lime juice, and toasted sesame seeds all add flavor without the high sodium count.

Author Dr. Elizabeth Greenberg

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