Low-Sodium Recipes

Maintaining a low-sodium diet is more easily-followed when you're making recipes from scratch so you can control the amount of salt that goes into the dish. With our collection of flavorful recipes, you'll never miss the salt. By following our recipes and simple ingredient swaps, you'll soon be on your way to a diet that's low in sodium and good for your heart-health.

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Healthy High-Potassium Recipes
If you¿re looking for a natural, inexpensive way to control blood pressure, look no further than your kitchen! Fruits, vegetables, fresh meat, and dairy products all contain potassium, which studies show can help lower and control blood pressure. Use our tasty recipes to help you reach the daily recommended 3,500 mg of this health-promoting mineral and fight hypertension.
Low-Sodium Rub Recipes
Keep your sodium intake down with these healthful choices for adding spice to your meals.
Low-Sodium Dinner Recipes That Are Still Packed with Flavor
Salt, time for you to take a day off. These dishes offer all of the spice and flavor with far less sodium.
Low-Sodium Food Swaps
Searching for low-sodium foods at the supermarket can be a time-consuming task. We've gathered 22 low-sodium foods to get you started.
Heart-Healthy Cooking Shortcuts
Heart-Healthy Living's test kitchen expert offers the top 15 ways to lighten up your favorite recipes.
Best Pantry Picks for a Low-Sodium Diet
We recommend these low-sodium and no-salt-added pantry staples. From condiments and vegetables to soup and meat, each product meets government standards to be labeled as a low-sodium food.

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Our Best Low-Sodium Recipes
Sticking to a low-sodium diet? We can help! From produce-packed salads and slaws to extra-savory indulgences like hush puppies and spring rolls, our low-sodium recipes have just 140 mg of sodium or less and can help you stay on track toward your heart-healthy goals.
15 Sodium Facts You Need to Know
Shifting dietary guidelines and fuzzy food labels make it tough to know when you're going overboard on salt. Protect your health with these meal plan ideas and dashes of insight from leading sodium experts.