Low-So Good by Jessica Goldman Foung
A Guide to Real Food, Big Flavor, and Less Sodium with 70 Amazing Recipes

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Hundreds of millions of people live with medical conditions that require lowering sodium intake—heart disease, hypertension, kidney disease, and diabetes, to name a few—and research shows most of us would be healthier if we consumed less salt. What could be a challenge becomes an opportunity in Low-So Good, a beautifully photographed guide about living a rich life with a low-sodium diet. Featuring signature swaps, a seven-day Taste Bud Reboot, a transformation workbook, 70+ recipes for much-loved food (including fries, cake, and dips), and chapters filled with advice for every part of life, Low-So Good, is an indispensable tool for living well with less sodium. And with a focus on fresh ingredients and creative cooking, Low-So Good will empower anyone with any special diet to live well beyond their restrictions.
 

About Jessica Goldman Foung

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Jessica Goldman Foung is a food writer, blogger, and spokesperson for the National Kidney Foundation. She lives in San Francisco.
 
Published June 14, 2016 by Chronicle Books LLC. 274 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction
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