These healthy low sodium recipes pack a lot of flavor.
When it comes to “natural” ways to improve blood pressure, most experts agree that eating a low-salt diet is a smart strategy. Laying off the salt shaker now can provide big health payoffs later. Studies show that those who reduce their sodium intake have lower blood pressure and are less likely to have a heart attack, stroke or other complications of cardiovascular disease. But just because you have to limit the salt in your diet doesn’t mean you have to shortchange your taste buds. We’ve hand-picked some of our favorite low sodium main-dish and side recipes that contain no more than 480 milligrams and 360 milligrams of sodium per serving respectively. These recipes are so delicious, we promise you won’t even miss it.