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 YourOwn 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.
Featured Recipe Of The Month
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
They produce a sweet yet savory flavor that goes well with just about everything.
As a main course or as a side dish,
pumpkins will give a warmth that will bring pleasure to your meal.
Stuffed with Apples, Craisins, a little red onion
and brown rice. Add a little cinnamon and kick it up a notch with a small jalapeño pepper
and you have a Pumpkin treat that will virtually dance on your taste buds…
The average pumpkin with a stuffing starts out at over 450 mg’s of sodium and of course some go much higher depending on the recipe.
At 189 mg’s of sodium you could even enjoy two of these little guys… and not feel guilty.
Flavor, Fun and Delicious…
Homemade Italian Goodness.
The only way to describe the texture, the flavor and wonderful balance this dish brings to your table.
Gnocchi are pillowy soft potato dumplings. Easy to make and paired with a sumptuous Asparagus Tomato sauce.
The secret is to bake your potatoes the day before. Put them in the refrigerator and make the gnocchi with cold potatoes.
They will be light and fluffy.
With only 380 mg of sodium,
your in control of making a wonderful homemade delight
that is easy and will become part of
your go to meals for family and friends.
Quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) is a seed that is related to the spinach family.
This humble grain-like seed is
actually a superfood.
Delicious whole grain, easy to digest and full of high quality protein and fiber.
Quinoa is light, fluffy, slightly crunchy and subtly flavored when cooked. But it’s flavor is only part of such an amazing supergrain. Contains all 9 essential amino acids required as building blocks for muscles. Higher in calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, iron, copper, manganese and zinc more than wheat , barley or corn. Bottom Line, Quinoa is a giant among health benefits and is Truly A Superfood...