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Thursday, January 21, 2010

Good news! - Schwartz make some No Added Salt Seasonings

I've just come across this welcome information while browsing the internet for 'No Added Salt' products. Usually this is a very disappointing quest because some websites appear to claim that they have a list of 'No Added Salt' products, but when you investigate they haven't any - only 'low salt' products, which are not the same thing at all. - If you are very overweight or obese then you are very sensitive to salt and the less salt/sodium you eat the better for your health and the more of your excess weight/fluid retention you will lose. Well done to Schwartz! - I see they have:

No Added Salt Chicken

No Added Salt Season-All

No Added Salt Steak

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