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The Salt Book (How to Keep Track of Your SALT Intake)

“Two to three grams (2,000-3,000 mg) of sodium per day” has been the typical recommendation for a person on a low-sodium diet, however, more recent recommendations suggest a daily sodium intake of no more than 1,500 mg.

The SalTrax™ Method of tracking sodium will show you how to spot hidden sodium in foods and quickly convert it to a one or two digit number. Instead of thousands of milligrams of sodium, you’ll learn how to add up points of sodium. In addition, you will learn how to measure and quickly total how much sodium you eat in any given day.

View a Quick Time Movie by the author of the Saltrax Method and learn more about salt in your diet.

For more information about the SalTrax™ Method please refer to the book,
How to Keep Track of Your SALT Intake, which is available for purchase through this web site.

How to keep track of your salt intake: Easy as 1 - 2 - 3, is now available wirelessly on Kindle

 

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The SalTrax™ System, METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR TRACKING SODIUM INTAKE, was granted a U.S. Patent on December 11, 2012

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The information contained on this site is not a substitute for physician or other health care provider directed medical care for any medical condition. Please see your medical care provider if you suspect you may have a medical condition which necessitates a reduced-sodium diet. The SalTrax™ method as described here may be used by anyone wishing to keep track of the amount of sodium in his/her diet.