Gradual salt reduction lets taste buds adjust, RD writes

04/21/2011 | Richmond Times-Dispatch (Va.)

Gradually reducing salt intake allows taste buds to adjust to the flavor differences, making a low-sodium diet easier to follow, writes registered dietitian Mary-Jo Sawyer of the VCU Medical Center in Richmond, Va. Sea salt, kosher salt and flavored salts are not better choices to reduce sodium, but there are a variety of sodium-free seasonings and marinades that can make foods flavorful.

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