Health Tip: Add Flavor, Without Salt, to Your Food
(HealthDay News) -- Adding flavor to your food doesn't have to involve packing your recipe with salt.
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics says these healthy, flavorful offerings won't add a salty load to your meals:
Sodium-free spices or herbs.
Fresh chopped garlic and onions.
Flavored vinegars, including balsamic vinegar.
Citrus fruit juices.
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