It’s decided, I reduce my salt intake Véronique Chaouat (book)
We know that too much salt is harmful to health. According to the WHO, a salt intake of less than 5 grams per day in adults would help lower blood pressure and the risk of cardiovascular or kidney disease, stroke and myocardial infarction.
In short, you need less salt to age better. However, we would spend twice as much! And most of the time, without even knowing it… The Japanese even invented it eat less salty with chopsticks!
However, it is not always easy to reduce salt in the diet! Indeed, food labels are not always clear, we don’t know how much salt is in meals eaten outside, some “homemade” recipes lack flavor, etc… And finally, we eat too much salt!
This book by Véronique Chaouat, a health journalist, clearly explains the health consequences of excess salt and the recommended amounts. How? Through the method “described step by step” to arrive at a reasonable consumption.
This complete and detailed program should enable anyone to make a commitment to eat less salt while maintaining the basic concept of pleasure!
In addition, this book includes “cooking” tips from Ghislaine Arabian, chef and former member of the jury of the Top chef show, or tips from Florent Martin, a blogger specializing in salt-free gastronomic recipes.
Not to mention a recipe book with 100 delicious dishes, prepared by a dietician.