Simple tips to reduce your daily salt intake

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One should refrain from sprinkling excess salt on foods and consuming lot of processed foods

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Himalyan pink salt is slightly lower in sodium as compared to table salt and is found deep in the Himalayan mountains.

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Avoid foods high in sodium such as breads, biscuits, papads, salted wafers, popcorns, canned foods, salted nuts, pickles, processed meats and packaged foods.

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Avoid products with MSG (monosodium glutamate) and sodium benzoate. 

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Try alternative herbs like ginger, turmeric, thyme, cinnamon, parsley, basil, rosemary, dill, and much more to reduce salt intake.

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Experiment with sea vegetables like seaweed, nori, kombu, dulse and wakame in place of salt. This is also beneficial for the thyroid gland.

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Replace table salt shaker on the kitchen shelf or dining table with a bottle of fermented Indian achars made with carrots and cucumbers, seaweed shakers and herb containers.