Where can I find recipes and tips for cooking with less sodium?
Cooking at home more often is a great way to start changing your relationship with salt. Meals on the go can be hard on your heart, because many prepared foods and restaurant foods are loaded with sodium. And did you know that meals away from home account for nearly half the money Americans spend on food?
Eating healthier (and saving money as an added bonus) isn’t as hard as you might think. With dozens of simple, nutritious recipes, the American Heart Association can help put you at ease in the kitchen. Click the links below to learn more.
- Recipes from the American Heart Association
- Cooking skills videos
- Cookbooks and Health Guides from the American Heart Association
Do you have any recipes or cooking tips in Spanish?
Yes, we’ve got a few recipes and infographics in Spanish.
Where can I find more information about eating less salt?
If you’re hungry for more, check out the American Heart Association Eat Less Salt book or Sodium Swaps cookbook. You’ll learn how to monitor the sodium you eat, reduce the high-sodium products in your kitchen, read and understand food labels, know which popular foods are salt traps, keep sodium in check while eating out and plan weekly menus with less sodium, without sacrificing taste. The book also includes 60 high-flavor recipes and a toolkit with a daily sodium tracker, lists of smart pantry staples and substitutions, and more!