Probiotic foods: Yogurt, Kefir, Buttermilk, Aged cheese: Bleu, Gouda, Cheddar, Swiss, Cottage Cheese, Parmesan, Sauerkraut, Pickled Beets, Brined Olives, Tempeh, Soy Sauce, Sourdough Breads. However, many commercial products are pasteurized and preserved with sodium benzoate to prolong shelf-life, both of which kill helpful bacteria. Check the labels. (Simple solution: Oatmeal for breakfast and Yogurt for lunch is the easiest to eat on a daily basis.)
Your body needs some salt to function properly, but most people don't have to worry about being deficient in salt or sodium, the mineral present in salt. If you have high blood pressure or heart problems, your doctor has probably recommended that you reduce how much salt you eat each day, and knowing what foods are salt-free can help you accomplish...
Brush chicken with a homemade mixture of olive oil, lemon juice, crushed rosemary leaves and garlic powder for an easy, low sodium baked chicken recipe. Click through to check out more easy low sodium recipes.
Love the garlic. Lose the salt. Try these easy cooking tips for making flavor packed, low sodium meals. Baked chicken, roasted asparagus and fresh salmon are just a few easy dishes to try with a low sodium spin.