Dishes without salt

Consuming meals with less salt reduces the risk of heart disease, and too much salt injected through various foods into the body is associated with diseases such as circulatory diseases, obesity and diabetes. Those who are afraid of the taste of salt-free meals can find a replacement in many other ways that will greatly replace the salt and feed the body much healthier. It is considered that If you reduce your salt intake, you can also reduce your heart rate by one-fifth.

If you are afraid of the taste of your dish, if you do not add any salt to it, do not. You can improve the taste of a meal in many ways without adding much salt to it. Below, we bring you how you can spice everything up with a variety of foods that require their flavor to be improved without the dish being salty.

Spices without salt


To season all kinds of meat, add celery, curry, pepper, nutmeg, pepper, thyme, bay leaf, cayenne pepper, garlic, marjoram, oregano, sage and vinegar.

lamb season by rubbing celery leaves, mint, cinnamon, celery seeds, curry, rosemary and sage. veal season with ginger, thyme, oregano, bay leaf, curry and marjoram. Poultry season with celery, dill, oregano, sesame seeds, cranberries, celery leaves, ginger, parsley and turmeric.beef you can season it by adding garlic, pimento, chopped chilli and dill instead of salt.pork it is best to season with coriander, onion, thyme, cinnamon, garlic, sage and ginger, and fish with pepper, cayenne pepper, ginger, lemon oil, dill, bay leaf, fennel, dried mustard and turmeric.

eggs season with basil, marjoram, onion, parsley, turmeric, dill, nutmeg, dried mustard, pepper and thyme. Cabbage with cardamom, cumin and vinegar, and peas with thyme, basil, parsley, marjoram, onions and green peppers.


asparagus they can be seasoned with lemon juice, cumin and vinegar, and corn with coriander, green peppers and tomatoes, while potatoes are best seasoned with cumin, onions, thyme, basil, cinnamon, oregano, sage and vinegar.

Bread can be seasoned with celery, dill, fennel, thyme, parsley, cumin, basil, garlic, mint, vinegar and sesame seeds, and fruit with the help of almonds, poppy seeds, marjoram, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and cloves.

Foods full of salt


Certainly necessary avoid foods containing salt in high amounts, such as canned vegetables and fruits, processed frozen foods, snacks like chopsticks, pistachios, chips, peanuts and popcorn, hard cheeses, puff pastry, cheese spreads, cured meats such as sausages, pate, salami, hot dogs, fast food, mustards, soups, soups bags, ready-made sauces, mayonnaise and sodium-containing mineral water.

Sometimes we are not even aware of how much salt we bring into the body daily. The recommended daily intake of salt is one teaspoon while some know how to enter even twice as much. To reduce your salt intake, be careful about what you eat. First and foremost, avoid ready-made and canned foods, as they contain large amounts of "hidden" salt. Also, bread and various other bakery products contain up to five grams of salt, which means that with one product we have satisfied the whole daily intake.

It is recommended that you include a healthy breakfast in your daily routine. Bypass the bakery that is always on your way to work, and instead of a variety of pastries and sandwiches, eat healthy cereals at home. Eat them with fruit and vegetable milk and you will be sure to have a healthy breakfast in your body that will provide you with all the energy you need by lunch.

Beware of snack foods. It may not seem like you eat a lot, but think twice about what you eat. You may not even be aware of this, but try to remember what you eat when you watch a movie or favorite series in the evening. Avoid ready-made popcorn, especially those prepared in the microwave. Buy corn and prepare popcorn at home. Choose the oil on which you will bake them, and also, instead of cooking salt, season them with Himalayan salt. Himalayan salt is a great replacement for harmful table salt.

When you buy finished products, read the declarations well. A large number of finished products declared as healthy or “light” products contain large amounts of salt. Take matters into your own hands and work on your health. Find time in your schedule and prepare more meals at home.By avoiding finished products, you can control what you eat. Find time for your body and commit to health. This will prevent the onset of illness.

Author: A.Z., Photo: Andrii Gorulko / Shutterstock

Add Flavor Without Salt (July 2020)