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Designed To Help Lower Your Sodium For Life

per day. However, some people— African Americans, middle-aged and older adults, and people with high blood pressure and cardiovascular problems — need less and should limit sodium to  1,500 mg per day. At the same time, limit your intake of cholesterol from food to less than 300 mg per day. People with high LDL (bad) blood cholesterol levels or who are taking cholesterol medication should consume less than 200 mg of  cholesterol per day.
 Feature Recipe of the Month.

Each month we  feature a New Recipe for you to enjoy. 
The video gives you the highlights 
of our Power Point Presentation, which has been developed to help easily prepare your unsalted meal.

Viewing the recipe will show you all of the ingredients 
and how to prepare them using very little salt. 
Salt is important in our daily lives. 
Used in the right way it can be a benefit. 
You will then take a step by step journey on cooking your ingredients. Each slide allows you to 
Cook At Your Own Pace, 
clicking ahead when you are ready.
The ingredients chosen for our recipes 
will give you the maximum amount of flavor and the lowest amount of sodium for your 1500mg heart healthy life style.

The end result, is 
A Meal that is Easy to make, 
Delicious, Unsalted & Gratifying.
So please feel free to choose any of our wonderful recipes from the Recipe Menu. 

Enjoy, From Our Unsalted Heart To Yours
Mama Carol's Spice Rubs

Mama C.& Papa T. have developed several wonderful spice rubs to enhance the flavor of your unsalted meals. 
They are a combination of years of experience and determination to create an excellent meal each and every time. 

Grill'n,            Poultry,             Pork            Seafood 

All of these recepies and more
can be found in our new cook book. 
Feature Recipe  the Month
Meatballs - with a twist
Blending healthy ingredients 
makes for a better meatball. 
Balancing traditional with new concepts allows us to create old world flavors without all of the unwanted sodium & fats.
 Quinoa for Fiber, Turkey & Pork for Protein and Kale for a powerhouse 
of Veggies all wrapped up into one delicious little package. 
They are a delight in tomato sauce with pasta or just by themselves. And don’t forget how great a meatball sandwich can be. No matter how you have it, 
you will enjoy a well blended meatball with great flavors…

A great meal starts out with great ingredients. Great ingredients keep the heart 
Smart, Healthy and Wise...

The Unsalted Heart Cook Book 
Over one hundred recipes and 60 Power Point Presentations. 
An exciting step by step method that shows everyone how to cook with spices and make your foods taste great without all of the salt. 
Easy, Simple and Fun...
Exciting new recipes giving you new ways to create 
great tasting dishes in your own kitchen. 

Helpful cooking tips from both Papa T & Mama C 
throughout all of the power point presentations. 

You will be able to make flavors come alive 
and leave all that salt behind.

The Unsalted Heart Cook Book
-A Heart Healthy LifeStyle-

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       and start to cook 
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A Heart Healthy Life Style
Past Articles
Almonds- Most Nutritious Nuts
Cinnamon & Honey
Calories Verses Sodium
Foods to Help Prevent Heart Disease
In The Beginning, My Story
Low Sodium Lifestyle - Sample Day
Potassium by Dr.Linda Chenaur DC
Salt Reduction Could Save Lives
Salt Since Birth
Smart Ways to Live A Lot Longer
The Hidden Salt
The Unsalted Heart Cook Book
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The American Heart Association recommends that your calorie intake be a maximum of 2,000 per day. Your sodium no more then 2,300 mg or  less

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All of these Rubs are designed so that 
you can make them in your own kitchen. 
Simple, easy with no fancy packaging or expensive pricing.
Taste, Flavor and Aroma are at your finger tips.
    Fruits  -  Nuts  -  Berries  - Grains
A healthy daily diet should include these items provided by mother nature. 
Along with a little exercise to achieve the maximum life has to offer.
Salmon & Asparagus
with Asparagus Garlic Sauce

Mushroom Stock
Calories 47; Sodium270-mg;
Swiss Chard & Bean Lentil Soup
Calories180; Sodium 269mg;
Shrimp,Cherry Tomatoes & Basil
Calories 313; Sodium 214mg;
Blueberry Chocolate Scones
Calories 166; Sodium 38 mg
Broccoli & Cauliflower

Torn Tortilla Enchilada
Chicken Casserole
Calories 453; Sodium351mg;
Meatballs - with a twist
Featured Recipe Of The Month  -  June 2018
 Serving's: 4
Per Serving: - Calories 74; 
Sodium 38mg
Fat 4; Protein 3g; Carbohydrate 9g; 
Cholesterol 0mg; 
Dietary fiber 4mg
Per Meatball
Per Serving: - Calories 99; Sodium 30mg
Fat 6mg; Protein 7g; Carbohydrate 5g; 
Cholesterol 30mg; Dietary fiber1mg.
Ginger Almonds
- Roasted_
Sodium 109mg
Calories 316; Sodium 201 mg
Easy as 1-2-3. 
Salmon cooked a top of Asparagus is a delightful combination that will turn out perfect every time. A fragrant roasted asparagus sauce with a hint of roasted garlic adds flavor and elegance.
Salmon is high in essential omega -3 fatty acids which has been proven by the medical profession to be beneficial for combating heart disease. 
Helping with HDL cholesterol and contributing to help preventing high blood pressure. Asparagus helps the body get rid of excess water and is also essential for a healthy cardiovascular system. With high levels of vitamin C, and fiber asparagus makes a delicious low calorie addition to any meal. 
Beautifully poached Salmon. Asparagus cooked to perfection and a roasted asparagus sauce with a hint of roasted garlic 
make this a meal fit for a king and a queen… 

Over cooked, Over done, just over is the typical way most restaurants cook vegetables.
Steaming them is a healthy way if not over done but usually lacks in taste
 It is important to cook your veggies so that they retain their nutrients and in order to do that 
you must not over cook them. 
They should have a nice tender inside but a bite or crunch to the outside of them. 
Stir Frying them will allow you to achieve their perfect balance. Salt in most restaurants starts at 300mg and climb from there. By combining the right spices, salt is not needed at all. This recipe will give you lots of flavor without the salt.