More Herbs, Less Salt Day

More Herbs, Less Salt Day

It can be difficult to eat a balanced, healthy diet. This is because it requires thought, time, and effort. However, there are many healthier options that are easier and more convenient.

Eating healthy does not have to be boring. It’s good for the body to get used to cooking with less salt. Your taste buds might be surprised at what you have missed.

Enjoy More Herbs and Less Salt Day!

In an effort to lower sodium intake, this day was created. Salt is not only used to sprinkle salt on meals but it’s also a common ingredient in pre-prepared convenience foods. This means that many people consume more sodium than they realize.

Day of More Herbs, Less Salt is a great day to start paying more attention to your salt intake and to get creative with different ways to flavor your food.

Are you wondering how to celebrate More Herbs, Less Salt Day. These are some of the most inspiring and interesting ideas to make your diet healthier.

Everybody is encouraged to take one simple step to correct the imbalance between salt and herbs on More Herbs, Less Salt Day. You can do this by substituting salt with herbs in your home-cooked meals. Cooking at home is the best way to reduce salt intake, as premade foods and restaurants often have high levels of salt that cannot be altered.

It’s OK to cook at home.

Growing fresh herbs doesn’t require much effort or space. A little rosemary, thyme or mint can add a lot of flavor to a dish just like a large amount of salt. Growing herbs at home is easy and much cheaper than buying them at the grocery.

This is ideal for those who have a fully-fledged garden. Even gardeners need to have a greenhouse, or an indoor space (preferably with grow lights), so they have fresh herbs throughout the year.

It can feel overwhelming to cut back on salt intake. It doesn’t have be this way. These are some ideas to limit salt intake

A great way to start new ways of cooking is to create a no salt seasoning mix. This recipe will help you create a flavorful, salt-free seasoning that brings out your best food.


Combine and shake in a shaker for use in cooking or as a substitute in table salt.


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