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1. Choose low-salt products (less than 120mg of sodium per 100g serve).
2. Cut back on salt slowly so you don’t notice the difference. after a while your normal diet will taste very salty.
3. Flavour food with herbs, spices, garlic and chilli, instead of salt.
4. Taste your food before you add salt.
5. If you crave a packet of salty chips, then have it. Just cut back on salt elsewhere that day.
6. Choose natural rather than processed foods – fruit, vegetables and meat are all naturally low salt.
7. Avoid foods that have hidden salt – think soy sauce, stock cubes, bacon, flavoured noodles and Vegemite.
8. Choose cafes and restaurants wisely. Fast food and burgers are usually high-salt, but so are many Asian dishes thank to sotcks and sauces.
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