LOW-SODIUM DINNERS

Low-sodium dinners don't have to be bland like most people think. In fact there are tons of delicious foods that are low in sodium. In this section, we'll cover low-sodium foods, cooking tips and diets.
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10 Easy Low-sodium Recipes for Dinner

Just because the packaging claims it's healthy doesn't mean the food is low in sodium. We've got 10 recipes to keep the salt at bay and your health in check.

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  • 10 Easy Low-sodium Recipes for Dinner

    10 Easy Low-sodium Recipes for Dinner

    Just because the packaging claims it's healthy doesn't mean the food is low in sodium. We've got 10 recipes to keep the salt at bay and your health in check. See more »

  • 5 Delicious Low-sodium Soups

    5 Delicious Low-sodium Soups

    With colder weather comes sweaters and boots, fires in the hearth and a hearty soup on the stove. But some of those soups could leave you parched because they're so salty. We've got five soups that will cut the sodium and bring the flavor. See more »

  • 5 Low-sodium Cheeses

    5 Low-sodium Cheeses

    You'll find low-sodium versions of lots of cheeses at the supermarket. But if you want real cheese -- cheese that still tastes like cheese -- the five choices on this list won't leave you disappointed. See more »

  • 5 Low-sodium Foods that Might Surprise You

    5 Low-sodium Foods that Might Surprise You

    Americans seem to like a little food with their salt -- on average, we each consume almost 3,500 milligrams (mg) of sodium every day. When everything's loaded with salt, what are we supposed to eat to stay healthy? See more »

  • 5 Low-sodium Slow Cooker Meals

    5 Low-sodium Slow Cooker Meals

    Slow cookers are a huge help for busy chefs, but it's easy to load your meals up with too much sodium. Have no fear, though -- with a few substitutions and the right ingredients, you can make your slow-cooked meal healthy and delicious. See more »

  • 5 Shocking Places You're Loading Up on Sodium

    5 Shocking Places You're Loading Up on Sodium

    Whether you're eating out or cooking at home, it's tough to eat healthy in America today. And because we like convenience, many of the foods we love have surprisingly high sodium contents. So what's a person to do? Is anything good for you anymore? See more »

  • 5 Sodium Myths Debunked

    5 Sodium Myths Debunked

    Sodium and salt are the same, right? And salt causes high blood pressure, too, doesn't it? With so many myths about sodium, we don't know what to eat anymore. And with so much contradictory information out there, how can we tell what's true? See more »

  • 5 Sodium-free Foods for Dinner

    5 Sodium-free Foods for Dinner

    Even if your food doesn't taste salty, that doesn't mean there isn't a whole lot of sodium lurking in your meal, particularly if you bought it, rather than made it. But there are some options. Here are five foods for dinner naturally low in sodium. See more »

  • 5 Surprising Foods that are High in Sodium

    5 Surprising Foods that are High in Sodium

    We only need between 1,500 and 2,300 mg of sodium -- about one teaspoon of salt -- at most each day. But try as we might, it's hard to hit that goal, because some foods that we frequently eat have a lot more sodium than we realize. What are they? See more »

  • 5 Tips for Creating Flavorful Low-sodium Meals

    5 Tips for Creating Flavorful Low-sodium Meals

    Salt is a cheater's way out: Whether you're making a gourmet feast or whipping up scrambled eggs, it's easy to let salt carry the bulk of the flavor load for your dish. So how can we create flavorful meals without relying on salt? See more »

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