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The Salt Fix

Author : Dr. James DiNicolantonio
ISBN : 9780451496973
Genre : Medical
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We all know the dangers of sugar and salt: but the danger attributed to the second white crystal has more to do with getting too little of it, not too much. A leading cardiovascular research scientist and doctor of pharmacy overturns conventional thinking about salt and explores instead the little-understood importance of it, the health dangers of having too little, and how salt can actually help you improve sports performance, crush sugar cravings, and stave off common chronic illnesses. Too little salt in the diet can shift the body into semi-starvation mode and cause insulin resistance, and may even cause you to absorb twice as much fat for every gram you consume. Too little salt in certain populations can actually increase blood pressure, as well as resting heart rate. We need salt in order to hydrate and nourish our cells, transmit nerve signals, contract our muscles, ensure proper digestion and breathing, and maintain proper heart function. The Salt Fix will show how we wrongly demonized this essential micronutrient as well as explain what the current science really says about this misunderstood mineral and how to maximize its effect so you can enjoy ideal health and longevity.

500 Low Sodium Recipes

Author : Dick Logue
ISBN : 9781610580854
Genre : Cooking
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Every recipe you need if you want to cut out salt! Sixty-five million Americans have high blood pressure and 5 million suffer from congestive heart failure. When their doctors advise them to watch their weight and lower their sodium intake, they imagine a lifetime of repeatedly bland and unappetizing meals. Their anxieties about their health are compounded by the notion that eating will no longer be fun and enjoyable. This book will assure them otherwise. Packed with 500 recipes (both classic and daring), 500 No-Salt, Low-Sodium Recipes beats back the boredom and allows people with high blood pressure, heart, kidney, or liver disease to maintain a diverse and exciting low-sodium diet. 500 No-Salt, Low-Sodium Recipes features simple recipes with nutritional breakdowns and useful tips for a low-sodium lifestyle, including what food items to avoid for their hidden sodium content, plus information about convenient and tasty low-sodium substitutes and where to find them. Recipes include: Spicy Potato Skins Lemon Glazed Doughnuts Three-Bean Salad Stuffing Apple Pie Velvet Crumb Cake Barbecue Sauce

Summary Analysis Of The Salt Fix

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Genre : Health & Fitness
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PLEASE NOTE: This is a summary and analysis of the book and not the original book. If you'd like to purchase the original book, please paste this link in your browser: https://amzn.to/2HPl5rS Medical researcher Dr. James DiNicolantonio presents some astounding findings regarding the long-standing demonization of salt in our diets in his eye-opening book, The Salt Fix: Why the Experts got it all wrong – and how eating more might save your life. What does this ZIP Reads Summary Include? Synopsis of the original bookThe myth about salt and high blood pressureWhy our bodies need more salt than we thinkHow the war against salt startedThe true culprit behind heart diseaseHow to change your salt intake to change your lifeEditorial reivewBackground on the author About the Original Book: For the millions of people who suffer from a wide range of medical issues, The Salt Fix may be the breakthrough they need. Along with extensive research proving that low levels of salt in the diet are harmful, there is also factual data showing how addressing this need will positively influence the body and return it to its most optimal functioning. If you are truly concerned about your health and think you are doing all you can to safeguard it, this book will provide you with a completely different look at the guidelines and medical advice that have been misleading people for many years. DISCLAIMER: This book is intended as a companion to, not a replacement for, The Salt Fix.ZIP Reads is wholly responsible for this content and is not associated with the original author in any way.

The No Salt Lowest Sodium Cookbook

Author : Donald A. Gazzaniga
ISBN : 0312291647
Genre : Cooking
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Offers a collection of healthful recipes for familiar favorites, redesigned to provide the lowest sodium levels possible in food without sacrificing flavor.

The Salt House

Author : Lisa Duffy
ISBN : 9781501156571
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 67. 79 MB
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*Real Simple “Best Books of June” *Refinery29 “Best Beach Reads of 2017” In the tradition of Jodi Picoult and Lisa Genova, this gorgeously written, heartbreaking, yet hopeful debut set during a Maine summer traces the lives of a young family in the aftermath of tragedy. In the coastal town of Alden, Maine, Hope and Jack Kelly have settled down to a life of wedded bliss. They have a beautiful family, a growing lobster business, and the Salt House—the dilapidated oceanfront cottage they’re renovating into their dream home. But tragedy strikes when their young daughter doesn’t wake up from her afternoon nap, taking her last breath without making a sound. A year later, each member of the Kelly family navigates the world on their own private island of grief. Hope spends hours staring at her daughter’s ashes, unable to let go. Jack works to the point of exhaustion in an attempt to avoid his crumbling marriage. Their daughters, Jess and Kat, struggle to come to terms with the loss of their younger sister while watching their parents fall apart. When Jack’s old rival, Ryland Finn, threatens his fishing territory, he ignites emotions that propel the Kelly family toward circumstances that will either tear them apart—or be the path to their family’s future. Told in alternating voices, The Salt House is a layered, emotional portrait of marriage, family, friendship, and the complex intersections of love, grief, and hope.

Breaking The Salt Habit

Author : Erik Williams
ISBN : 0615572707
Genre : Cooking
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For Erik, breaking the salt habit was not simply an option. It was a matter of life or death. After being diagnosed with congestive heart failure at the age of 29, Erik's doctors informed him he had no choice but to significantly reduce his daily sodium intake in order to continue living. While highly motivated to succeed, the prescribed dietary changes required significant changes to his existing lifestyle. Initially, this meant giving up all of the popular foods he was used to enjoying. However, after growing bored with the limited meals that conformed to his dietary restrictions, Erik began researching and modifying popular recipes he could now enjoy in a low sodium lifestyle. Erik has sought to pass along his countless hours spent researching food labels and perfecting recipes in the convenience of his book "Breaking the Salt Habit." In it you will find familiar, delicious, and simple recipes suitable for a low sodium diet, as well as tips and practical advice for sticking to a low sodium diet.

Remember Everything You Read

Author : Dr. Stanley D. Frank
ISBN : 9780307820440
Genre : Self-Help
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Learn how to read more quickly--and absorb more of of the information you are reading--with Remember Everything You Read. For the first time the secrets that have made the completely revised Evelyn Wood learning program so effective and popular are revealed. Remember Everything You Read not only teaches you how to increase your reading speed--all the while improving your comprehension--it also features tips and tricks to improve your study habits, more effectively take notes, and write papers, among others. It will become an invaluable resource for students, parents, teachers, and anyone looking to read--and comprehend--in a faster, more efficient manner.

You Won T Believe It S Salt Free

Author : Robyn Webb
ISBN : 9780738216140
Genre : Cooking
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The American Heart Association recommends no more than two-thirds of a teaspoon of salt per day, but it's easy to exceed that in just one meal. For anyone with hypertension, heart disease, or diabetes—and the millions of Americans whose high salt intake puts them at risk of developing these conditions—You Won't Believe It's Salt-Free offers 125 delicious no-salt recipes that take family dinners from monotonous to mouth-watering. Culinary expert Robyn Webb reveals her secret: simple spice blends that anyone can buy or make at home, plus recipes that use exotic aromatics like kaffir lime leaves and star anise to create bold, beautiful flavors. From Chipotle Chicken to Herbs de Provence Squash, there is something for everyone's palate. Once you experiment beyond the salt shaker, your health will improve and your cooking will too.

The Salt Solution Diet

Author : Heather K. Jones
ISBN : 9781609617851
Genre : Health & Fitness
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BEAT BLOAT, SHED POUNDS, AND SLASH SALT FOR GOOD! Salt is tasty and addictive, and even though it has zero calories of its own, it could be responsible for sabotaging your weight loss efforts. Hidden in foods you'd least expect (even in "diet" foods), salt is everywhere--and it's devastating your health and your waistline. But there are simple ways to nix the sodium and lower your risk for high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, and other health issues while you're at it. Low salt does not mean low flavor! In this book, you'll find recipes and quick fixes for more than 75 simple and delicious meals, including Sweet Potato Pancakes, Pork Tenderloin with Avocado Salad, Rosemary Salmon, Pumpkin-Maple Cheesecake, and Banana Nut Cake. The Salt Solution Diet also serves as a store guide, helping you navigate your way through supermarket aisles and drive-thru menus, so you know which packaged and restaurant foods (yes, you can still have them) are the best ones for you and your health. Thanks to The Salt Solution Diet slimming down and sidestepping disease has never been easier or more delicious. Here is the fix your health, diet, and waist-line have been looking for!

The Salt Roads

Author : Nalo Hopkinson
ISBN : 9781504001168
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 88. 69 MB
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Nebula Award Finalist: This “sexy, disturbing, touching, wildly comic . . . tour de force” blends fantasy, folklore, and the history of women and slavery (Kirkus Reviews, starred review). In 1804, shortly before the Caribbean island of Saint Domingue is renamed Haiti, a group of women gather to bury a stillborn baby. Led by a lesbian healer and midwife named Mer, the women’s lamentations inadvertently release the dead infant’s “unused vitality” to draw Ezili—the Afro-Caribbean goddess of sexual desire and love—into the physical world. As Ezili explores her newfound powers, she travels across time and space to inhabit the midwife’s body—as well as those of Jeanne, a mixed-race dancer and the mistress of Charles Baudelaire living in 1880s Paris, and Meritet, an enslaved Greek-Nubian prostitute in ancient Alexandria. Bound together by Ezili and “the salt road” of their sweat, blood, and tears, the three women struggle against a hostile world, unaware of the goddess’s presence in their lives. Despite her magic, Mer suffers as a slave on a sugar plantation until Ezili plants the seeds of uprising in her mind. Jeanne slowly succumbs to the ravages of age and syphilis when her lover is unable to escape his mother’s control. And Meritet, inspired by Ezili, flees her enslavement and makes a pilgrimage to Egypt, where she becomes known as Saint Mary. With unapologetically sensual prose, Nalo Hopkinson, the Nebula Award–winning author of Midnight Robber, explores slavery through the lives of three historical women touched by a goddess in this “electrifying bravura performance by one of our most important writers” (Junot Díaz).

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