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www.livestrong.com/article/368914-salt-substitute-health-risks

Salt substitutes consist of potassium and chloride, two necessary elements in the body. People without kidney problems excrete excess potassium in the...

my.clevelandclinic.org/health/articles/salt-substitutes-heart-health

Salt substitutes may replace sodium in moderation. Learn about whether salt substitutes are the right option for you when monitoring your sodium intake.

www.peoplespharmacy.com/2016/06/13/why-potassium-chloride-is-not-always-a-safe-salt-substitute

Jun 13, 2016 ... Salt substitutes with potassium chloride are a good way to get extra potassium and cut back on sodium. But too much potassium can be deadly!

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1124926

Jan 4, 2003 ... In extolling the benefits of potassium an editorial in the BMJ recently advocated that people should increase their intake of potassium.

www.pritikin.com/your-health/healthy-living/eating-right/salt-substitutes-safe.html

Brands include Morton Salt Substitute, Nu-Salt, and NoSalt. Potassium chloride ... But be cautious about salt substitutes with potassium chloride. They can be ...

www.berkeleywellness.com/healthy-eating/food/article/how-salt-substitutes-shake-out

Nov 19, 2013 ... Salt substitutes are a good option for many people who are trying to cut back on sodium. Some research has shown that they help reduce blood ...

www.joybauer.com/high-blood-pressure/salt-substitutes

Discover the pros and cons of using salt substitutes on your food. They may help lower your sodium intake, but are they safe for you? Q: I'm watching my sodium ...

www.worldactiononsalt.com/less/how/other/index.html

Gourmet rock and sea salts have been popularised by TV chefs who sprinkle ... of salt in your food (without the use of salty tasting substitutes) is the preferable ...

www.forbes.com/2009/09/22/taste-buds-science-technology-breakthroughs-salt.html

Sep 23, 2009 ... Why it's so hard for researchers to create salt substitutes that taste good and won' t kill us.