AlsoSalt, the First Palatable Salt Substitute

A true scientific breakthrough, AlsoSalt offers the taste of salt without the adverse health risks of sodium. It is completely sodium free without the bitter aftertaste other salt substitutes have. You can cook and bake with AlsoSalt or sprinkle it over food. Plus, it has the added dietary benefit of two nutrients, potassium and L-lysine, which are essential to good health.

(PRWEB) June 22, 2005 -- Scientists have searched for years for a palatable alternative to salt. While the food industry has found acceptable substitutes for sugar, fat, and other ingredients, it has been unsuccessful in finding one for salt despite two decades of effort. Until now, the only known substitute for salt has been potassium chloride. While it has a salty flavor, it leaves a bitter aftertaste that is best described as awful. “We have found a way to keep the salty flavor of the potassium chloride while masking the metallic taste,” states Joan Warren of AlsoSalt “and we do it naturally.” AlsoSalt holds patents worldwide. www.alsosalt.com

Doctors and dietitians across the United States are distributing sample packets of AlsoSalt to their patients on a low sodium diet. AlsoSalt not only helps people reduce sodium in their diet while enjoying the taste of salt, it provides nutrients that are essential to good health. Its two main ingredients are potassium chloride and L-lysine monohydrochloride. Sample packets of AlsoSalt are available to the medical community by contacting us via email or toll-free 800-381-SALT.

A true scientific breakthrough, AlsoSalt offers the taste of salt without the adverse health risks of sodium. It is completely sodium free without the bitter aftertaste other salt substitutes have. You can cook and bake with AlsoSalt or sprinkle it over food. Plus, it has the added dietary benefit of two nutrients, potassium and L-lysine, which are essential to good health.

Concerned with the apparent link between high sodium intake and high blood pressure and other health conditions, physicians often prescribe a low or no sodium diet. Too much sodium causes the body to retain water, which can hype the pressure in the arteries. High blood pressure is the leading cause of strokes and a major factor in heart disease. Rebalancing sodium intake with potassium can help offset this dangerous effect by dampening the impact of sodium and lowering blood pressure.

AlsoSalt is available in 3 flavors; original, butter flavored, and garlic flavored. It is sold in 2.5 oz bottles in the spice section in many grocery stores across the country or at www.alsosalt.com

Visit www.alsosalt.com for additional information including low sodium diet tips, low sodium food choices, the sodium and potassium content of many foods, and more.

"It's terrific! I've tried lots of other substitutes, threw them all away yesterday."

"It tastes too good. Are you sure there's no salt in there?"

"Thank you very much for such a wonderful product - my wife was told by her doctor she had to eliminate salt because of a heart condition...she says this has made her life worth living."

To read more testimonials, visit http://www.alsosalt.com/testimonials11.html

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