Making lifestyle changes requires support! We’ve got you covered, the discussion groups, cookbooks, tips, and more!
Shakin’ the Salt: a Low Sodium Lifestyle – an active Facebook group with tips for reducing sodium
Heart Health Forum – our new group on Facebook. Stip in and say hello!
Skip the Salt at the Low Sodium Lounge (skipthesalt.com) – a website featuring over 800 low sodium recipes
ED Treatment Information Center (Edtreatment.info) – our sister site, offering information on the causes and treatment of erectile dysfunction, based on verifiable scientific research
Click the images below to check out our favorite heart-healthy cookbooks at Amazon!
500 Low Sodium Recipes
One of the hardest things about switching to a low-sodium diet is relearning how to cook. Dick Logue has taken 500 classic recipes and reformulated them without added salt or other high-sodium ingredients. This is the bible for low-sodium cooking!
The 5-Ingredient Heart Healthy Cookbook
101 ultra-simple recipes that focus on fresh, whole-food ingredients and enhancing flavor with spices. Minimal ingredients (no more than five) means less time in the kitchen, fewer trips to the store, and instructions that are simple enough for home cooks of any skill level.
The Easy Heart Healthy Cookbook for Slow Cookers
Make low-sodium meals easier than ever with 130 prep-and-go recipes for your slow cooker. Prepare meals in 15 minutes or less—with no additional steps—and discover how simple it is to fit low-sodium meals into your schedule.
The Cardiac Recovery Cookbook
This book contains over 100 quick, easy, and delicious recipes, all approved by the National Institutes of Health, to help cardiac patients eat well on the road to wellness.
Whether you want a quick meal, a nutritious dinner, or a heart-healthy dessert, this book is packed with great tasting recipes the whole family can enjoy.
The Heart Healthy Cookbook for Two
When cooking with heart health in mind, portion sizes are just as important as ingredients. This heart healthy cookbook saves you the guesswork of what and how much to eat with perfectly portioned recipes just for two.
Cardiac dietician and renowned nutrition expert, Jennifer Koslo, serves up guilt-free meals that are low on sodium and fat, but high on flavor—for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.