Have you ever mentioned salt substitutes to a client and found yourself sounding like an drug commercial  (i.e. listing off possible precautions, side effects, and medical conditions that salt substitutes are not recommended for)?

Then this 2- page Salt Substitute informational guide will help you navigate through which one (if any) may be right for them.  And also discusses any precautionary conditions with a brief explanation of why.

Population Intended For: general adult audience, those with hypertension or other heart issues, renal disease of insufficiency

Seven (7) common salt substitutes are listed in a comparison table, showing:

  • Salt substitute name
  • Serving size
  • Milligrams sodium per serving
  • Milligrams potassium per serving
  • And all listed ingredients

Key Features:

  • Easy to read
  • Printable PDF
  • Colorful
  • Includes pictures of products
  • Reference note at listing amount of sodium in regular table salt
  • And bonus homemade no-salt seasoning recipe!

Snag this handout today and make educating and recommending salt substitutes that much easier.

For more helpful handouts, check out some of my other paid resources:

Sodium: How Much is Too Much?

Top 25 Best Foods for Heart Health

And FREE resources:

Plant-Based Omega-3 ALA: A Consumer’s Guide

Heart Healthy Shopping: A Grocery Guide

Heart Healthy Cooking Substitutions

Or visit my webpage at: https://www.kcampbellnutrition.com 

Stay heart healthy and safe my friends!

Kiran Campbell Nutrition

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