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How To Find The Best Salt Subsitute: French’s No Salt

Updated on April 11, 2013

I am a 59 year old rough diamond gemologist. Like most people who are baby boomers, I am approaching old age very quickly. I have spent 40 years training in martial arts and I am in better shape now than when I was a teenager. I exercise daily, no not drink or smoke and I am a vegetarian.

Doctors will tell you that I am a model example to have a high quality of life in my autumn years. That being said, I am heavily addicted to salt. I put it on practically everything and I cannot seem to help myself. When I eat food without salt, it just does not satisfy. I knew I needed to cut down, but I just could not seem to control myself.

Six months ago my sister-in-law introduced me to a product from the French’s Foods people called “NO SALT.’ It is a made from potassium chloride, potassium bitartrate, adipic acid, silicon dioxide, mineral oil and fumaric acid. Sounds toxic, but it is actually highly recommended for those of us who are on a restricted or sodium-free diet.

You use “No Salt” the same as regular salt. You do not need to adjust the measurements in cooking or in flavoring. It looks like salt, taste like salt and I cannot tell the difference between “NO Salt” and sodium. That is really a blessing. Now I no longer use salt and no longer have to feel bad because I do not have the will power to resist salt. If you love your salt, but hate it’s affects, go buy yourself some sodium and guilt free “NO Salt”.

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