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Lessalt - salt subsitute
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Live Healthy!

More and more, nutrition and health experts are recommending a reduction in sodium intake by using less salt and consuming fewer processed foods. As part of a healthy lifestyle, using Lessalt is a great way to reduce the amount of salt you use at home, without losing any of the flavor that you get from regular salt.

A number of articles have recently been published discussing the dangers of a high sodium diet, and discussing the benefits lowering your salt intake. If you don't believe us, read them for yourself!

Less Salt 'Would Save Thousands' (BBC News) - According to British researchers, about 52,000 lives would be saved each year in the UK if people cut their daily salt intake down to the recommended 3 grams per day.
Finnish Study Links Salt Intake to Obesity (FoodNavigator.com) - According to scientists in Finland, reducing salt intake can help you lose weight while reducing your risk of hypertension and other deadly illnesses.



Links to Other Useful Sites

Reduce Salt and Sodium in Your Diet - The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute has a lot of information about how to reduce your salt intake.
Low Salt Diet - DietSite recommends what foods to avoid and what to use to reduce the sodium in your diet.
Low Sodium Cooking - LowSodiumCooking.com has low sodium recipes, links to health information, and a weekly newsletter.




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