This is a new Friday feature at LowSodiumHQ: a roundup of all the low sodium news of the week. Have anything to add? Feel free to comment below.
- Low Sodium and Vinegar? Chip Shops Phasing Out Salt in Favour of Healthier Alternative: a low sodium salt substitute is being offered in select fish and chip shops in Great Britain.
- Cut the Salt, Cut the Health Risks: According to everydayhealth.com, a high-salt diet can also threaten your joint and bone health, especially if you have rheumatoid arthritis, and it can also trigger an autoimmune response.
- Great News! Beer Is Good for High Blood Pressure: Spanish researchers have concluded that beer in moderation is actually good for you, especially if you suffer from high blood pressure.
- Malaysia: Food Manufacturers Reduce Salt In 30 Types Of Food
- Flavorful Foods, No Salt Needed – low sodium recipes from the Virginia Register-Herald.
- Labels: Figuring out Food – from the Tyler Morning Telegraph. What does “low sodium” or “very low sodium” on a food label actually mean?
- Pooperoni? Spanish Researchers Produce Low Sodium and Fat Probiotic Stool Sausage – OK, I have to say yuck on this one.
- Salt in a Single Meal can Affect Blood Flow: Study shows it takes a mere 30 minutes for a single salty meal to constrict the blood flow in your arteries.
- How to Travel on a Special Diet: Author of The Anxious Traveler gives advice on traveling with dietary restrictions.
- Chef Aaron McCargo Jr. and Fresenius Medical Care ‘Renovate’ Recipes to Create Healthy Meals for Dialysis Patients
- Study Says Teens are Eating Too Much Salt: American teens are taking in as much dietary salt as adults, far exceeding guidelines on healthy limits for daily consumption, new research warns.
How a Low-Sodium Diet Increased One Heart Patient’s Quality of Life: From Stanford Medicine.