Living Well Without Salt: No Salt, Lowest Sodium Cookbook Series


Living Well Without Salt was written by Donald Gazzaniga, the creator of our current “no salt” world. He was first to write a no salt, lowest sodium cookbook aimed at helping those who needed to cut salt out of their lives for survival or an improved lifestyle. He was the first on the Internet with a no-salt Web site in 1997: www.megaheart.com. Since then he’s responded to more than 100,000 E-mails and letters from those who needed help converting to a no salt lifestyle. They also provided the author with a sense of the positive responses visitors were having when using his 28-day meal planning guide and his recipes. Like his own experience, many visitors had reversed heart disease, hypertension. Added benefits were realized by Meniere’s patients who had been able to control their debilitating dizziness. Below is from the back cover of his new book, “Living Well Without Salt.” This book contains 200 of Don’s best recipes and it also helps guide readers with a great deal of information based mostly on Don’s experience at reversing his congestive heart disease. Reverse Heart Disease Stop Meniere’s dizziness Prevent or reverse hypertension How to develop a no-salt lifestyle Carb Choices rating for each recipe Vegetarian rating for each recipe Foreword by Dr. Michael B. Fowler Introduction by professional chef Scott Leysath Survival lessons learned by the author Surviving your diagnosis How to eat out in America What & Where to buy low-sodium foods 134 of Chef Don’s Best recipes A glossary of terms, foods, nutrients and more Internet support “No human population has ever been offered salt as a public health measure, for the very good reason that we have no evidence that any human population needs it.” — Dr. Trevor Beard, Salt Skip Program, Australia “I work in a heart failure clinic. We have all of your books in our clinic. They are such a big help in showing patients that they can still eat the foods they like in a lower sodium version and improve their health. Thank you for all of your help.” — Dawn M. Wicke, CHF Clinic, Patient care Partner “Wow, stopped using salt and my Meniere’s dizziness is gone. So wonderful. Thank you.” — Flip Manne, President

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  1. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
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    Living Well Without Salt, December 13, 2012
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    sewmac (Minden, Louisiana United States) –

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    I am just so grateful to Mr. Gazzaniga for all his time and effort expended in compiling this cookbook. I have two other cookbooks he has written and use them all the time. It makes preparing low sodium possible when otherwise I would not have that may options. I purchased this particular cookbook because of the cracker recipes in the book. I have a lot of difficulty finding low sodium crackers and am looking forward to trying the recipes.

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    Living well without salt, October 2, 2013
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    Susan Cicero
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    This book is really helpful for learning to cook and live on low sodium diet, his website is also a big help.

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    good general reference but, January 23, 2014
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    Good general reference, but recipes need to be updated to the use of foods available today. Ya. Ya ya ya

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