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No Salt Salt Substitute, 11-Ounce Can

4.4 out of 5 stars 77 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Great for sodium restricted diets
  • Helps reduce sodium intake
  • Great salt taste

Product Description

Don't be a Saltaholic!TM Recommended for salt or sodium restricted diets. Most people consume 50% more sodium than their bodies need. Table salt contains significant levels of sodium. Medical studies have proven that a dietary reduction of sodium may help in reducing high blood pressure. NoSalt Salt Alternative is sodium free and can be used in place of salt to help reduce sodium intake. (Please note that the development of high blood pressure depends on many factors). NET WT 11

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000H185N6
  • UPC: 885164568012 027443360034
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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By Mary Lou Cheatham VINE VOICE on February 1, 2008
No Salt Sodium-Free Salt is without doubt the best-tasting salt substitute with the least aftertaste that we have found.

My co-author, Paul Elliott, and I spent two years developing recipes for The Collard Patch. Since we wanted to make our recipes as healthy as possible, we researched the different brands of potassium chloride that we could find. No Salt was much more desirable than any other product we tried.

It tastes more like salt than any other no sodium product.
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By rvaquero on August 31, 2010
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i use no salt because i'm not suppose to have real salt.to me it taste like the real thing.
i use it on all my food and also my popcorn.this product is real hard to find.thanks amazon.
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Sadly, I have a strong salt addiction, so, I decided to buy this product and thus substituting the table salt I regularly consume. However, it tastes HORRIBLE! You are now warned.
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This really is the best tasting salt alternative you can buy. I think it is a bit expensive , but it lasts quite awhile. I have been using this for years , but can no longer find it in stores. Thank goodness Amazon carries it!
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By KC on June 3, 2011
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I had such high hopes for this product as I am embarking on a low sodium diet. In my humble opinion, it has a terrible aftertaste. It can only be used in miniscule amounts and that defeats its purpose. It cannot deliver a salty taste without a lingering aftertaste. Sorry.
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No Salt brand is the best tasting salt substitute for salt junkies like me and in its original 11 oz form sold at most supermarkets it is also the best value (usually priced on sale @ around $4.95), but here @ from $5.75 to $5.95 with shipping costs ranging from $3.50 and up, the value stinks. You'd be better off buying the Nu Salt brand from Amazon: it's sold in 3 oz shakers, packs of 12 shakers for $16.20, which is about $5.40 per 12 oz of product PLUS you can avoid the shipping cost if you are an Amazon Prime customer. Nu Salt has a slight aftertaste (IMHO), but it doesn't override the cost savings.
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All of a sudden, even a tiny amount of salt hits my blood pressure out of the park. As a chip-aholic, I was really suffering from potato chip withdrawal. I originally found some no-salt chips at a heart healthy store on line which are inedible without salt, so I thought I would try this product. When the product first arrived, I tried a little taste by itself, and it tasted awful; however, I found that if I just put a very tiny little bit on the chips, I will get the taste result of regular salt. I also use it to "salt" burgers etc while they are cooking, and it works great.
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First let me say, I really like salty foods. Now that I am older, hypertension is starting to show up when they take my blood pressure while I am at the doctor's office. Of course, the recommendation was to limit my intake of salt, specifically sodium. Now sodium is an essential electrolyte which made me want to learn how much was my intake and how much should I lower my intake too.

Making a long story short, I also stumbled across learning from the US RDA that I was fairly deficient in potassium, another essential electrolyte, by about 50% while my sodium intake was 3-5 times greater than the US RDA. Coincidentally, while not only being far off balance in my intake of these 2 essential electrolytes, but while sodium can increase hypertension, potassium can decrease it. No wonder my hypertension was getting so out of control... my dietary intake of these essential electrolytes were seriously off balance.

One of my initial steps to reverse that situation was to convert to "No Salt". First let me say, my main effort to overcome my potassium deficiency is to strive to get my potassium levels up through learning to eat foods that are high in potassium, not by salting more and more with potassium chloride. This review is about this potassium chloride product, which is one form of a salt product, and how it helped me eliminate sodium chloride (regular table salt) and has nothing to do with increasing or decreasing my overall salt intake.

When I first started to use "No Salt" to replace regular table salt, I had to use a little at a time at first because I could really taste the metal (potassium) and I wasn't surprised by that because I suspect I am a "supertaster" (feel free to look up that term, it's a real thing).
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