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Healthy cooking can maintain a healthy weight, provide energy and vitality, and prevent disease. Part of cooking healthy is reducing the salt in your meals, as a high salt intake is associated with high blood pressure.
Salt: an acquired taste
Salt adds flavour to your meals. It is an acquired taste and that’s why some people get used to having more salt in their food while others are used to eating foods with a low salt content. Trying to stop using salt in your dishes suddenly can result in you and your family not enjoying the taste and subsequently adding more salt.
How to reduce salt in your cooking?
Good to know:
When you add MAGGI stock cubes to your cooking, it provides you with the right amount of salt needed for optimal flavour of the recipe so there is no need to add more salt to your cooking.
Reduce the salt and boost the flavour…
Make your low-salt recipes tasty by:
Spices and herbs not only add flavour and colour to your meals, they also have nutritional benefits!
Spices and herbs are not only calories, fat, and salt free, but they also contain antioxidants and phenols which are known to protect the body against several diseases.With healthy cooking and a low salt approach, you can provide your family with delicious and tasty recipes and by serving them balanced meals, you are enhancing their health not just for now but for the future as well.
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