If the house is over salt, I'll always find something to replace it!

Modern cuisine is impossible to imagine without this spice, like salt. It is added to almost every meat dish. But few people know that the human body with a healthy kidneys and heart can excrete daily not more than 25 grams of salt.

Excessive consumption of this spice is threatened by salt deposits and a variety of diseases that are directly related to this process. To protect yourself and your health, nutritionists advise to reduce the daily amount of salt consumed.

What can replace salt
  1. Dry seaweed
    An excellent replacement for salt. The cabbage must be soaked for several hours in water (at night). Next, you should cut the algae with scissors and thoroughly rinsed in two or three waters. For this you need to use drinking water, not chlorinated. Rinsing the seaweed, you must place it in a colander and let the water drain out. Then you add your favorite seasonings and a little oil (cedar, flax or sesame). Seaweed will be an excellent side dish to meat dishes.

  2. Celery
    Celery is one of the most unique vegetables with a rich chemical composition. Petiolar celery contains large amounts of sodium and has a salty taste. Thanks to this feature it will become a full replacement for salt. Dry dietary Supplement of celery — a novelty in cooking. It can be purchased in finished form, but you can make your own. For this you need to slice the celery stalks into pieces and dry them in the dehydrator sheets. The finished dietary Supplement should be stored in glass containers and as needed, grind in a coffee grinder.

  3. Spices
    Salt can be replaced with a variety of spices. You should buy a quality product that our area is a rarity. Some of the rich spices — turmeric, oregano, thyme and rosemary.

  4. Soy sauce
    Soy sauce contains a small amount of salt. Adding it as a dressing, you can greatly reduce your daily consumption of salt in pure form. By purchasing soy sauce, choose a quality product that does not contain flavorings and colorings. He also can't have peanuts. Soybeans, wheat, corn, salt and sugar — that's the natural components of soy sauce.

  5. Proper cooking
    Try to cook some meals in the steamer or on the grill. This allows you to keep the products natural salt. A month later the body will get used to steam food and will take too salty food as tasteless.

I hope these tips will be useful to you, do not forget to share culinary skills with friends!

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Victoria Poplavskaya Believes that art knows no rest! Enjoys drawing, used to look at life with a painter's eye. Cleaning the house and cooking finds work, a pleasure after all to any business can be creative! Loves unorthodox methods of solving problems. Favorite book Victoria — "Three comrades" E. M. Remarque.


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