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What is the best diet for low-sodium?

Frank Davis

Do not add salt to food at the table. The simplest approach is to put away all salt shakers and salt cellars so that salt is not around. That helps a lot.
Do not eat salty foods: potato chips, corn chips, cheese (quite high in salt), cured meats. Read the label on processed food products (foods made using industrial processes and sold packaged under a brand name). If salt is shown as an ingredient, don’t buy the food. These foods are hardly essential. You can buy low-sodium versions of some: soy sauce, tomatoes, vegetable/chicken/beef broth, etc.


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