Salt and Salt Substitutes



The Lime-Sulphur-Salt Wash and Its Substitutes; Volume No.101 (Hardback or Cased

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GOODSALT: Salt & Substitutes The Better With Potassium and Magnesium, Tasty

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Benefits of Salt and Salt Substitutes


Are salt substitutes safe? - Pritikin Weight Loss Resort

Most salt substitutes contain potassium chloride. Brands include Morton Salt Substitute, Nu-Salt, and NoSalt. Potassium chloride tastes somewhat like sodium chloride (salt), though some people complain of a metallic taste. But be cautious about salt substitutes with potassium chloride.

How Salt Substitutes Shake Out | Berkeley Wellness

Most salt substitutes (including Morton Salt Substitute, NoSalt and Nu-Salt) consist of potassium chloride, which tastes somewhat like sodium chloride (table salt) but does not raise blood pressure. “Lite” or “low-sodium” salts (such as LoSalt and Morton Lite Salt) are blends of sodium chloride and potassium chloride.

What Are the Health Benefits of Morton's Salt Substitute ...

Salt substitutes and regular salt are markedly similar in appearance, and they're both water soluble. However, when you use salt substitute, you cut the sodium out of the equation. According to the American Heart Association, some people are sensitive to the effects of sodium; it encourages excess fluid retention in your body, which makes your heart work harder. Your treating physician may advise you to go on a sodium--restricted diet if your blood pressure is 120/80 Hg or higher.

Salt Substitutes | Cleveland Clinic

Ideally, the best way to go is completely "Salt Free." Instead of mimicking the taste of sodium with salt substitutes, start experimenting with other more flavorful herbs and spices to add zest to your meals. Try fresh garlic or garlic powder, lemon juice, flavored vinegar, salt-free herb blends, cumin, nutmeg, cinnamon, fresh ground pepper, tarragon, oregano and many others to unleash the powerful flavors these salt-free herbs and spices have to offer.

Salt Substitute Health Risks | LIVESTRONG.COM

Salt substitutes consist of potassium and chloride, two necessary elements in the body. People without kidney problems excrete excess potassium in the urine, but people with damaged kidneys cannot excrete the extra potassium, which builds up in the body. Excess potassium can have significant side effects, so do not use salt substitutes without ...