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Living Well Without Salt free pdf 200 No-Salt, Lowest-Sodium recipes. "Living Well Without Salt" book by Donald A. Gazzaniga, guides those who must cut salt from their diet to a healthier life. The author, helped by his wife Maureen A. Gazzaniga, and by Dr. Michael Fowler who is director of the heart failure program at Stanford Medical Center, helped reverse his own terminal heart failure diagnosis with a no-salt plan that has proved highly successful for thousands of others. Gazzaniga has been recognized nationally in magazines and newspapers as "the pioneer who forged the path back to health for himself and others by cutting salt out of his diet, and sticking to his plan for more than a decade." His Web site, has recorded thousands of letters and notes from people all over the world who have used his "No Salt, Lowest Sodium Cookbook" series. "Living Well Without Salt" captures that experience and helps to lead us back to health from heart failure, Meniere's Syndrome, hypertension, and other chronic illnesses that require the lowering of salt intake. The book includes two-hundred recipes, each marked for use by vegetarians, diabetics, and of course all who need to cut salt out of their life. "Living Well Without Salt" includes eating out suggestions, a section of what we can eat and much, much more. This book is Gazzaniga's fifth and it promises to be an important contribution to the world's effort to lower salt intake.

About Donald A Gazzaniga

Donald Gazzaniga learned about cooking as a youngster when his mother first taught him how to make baked goods. His mother also taught his two brothers and two sisters how to cook. "She really started with me by aiming me at her pots and pans, and then the dinner dishes," he says with a grin. But Gazzaniga also prepared meals for well-known politicians, movie stars and his film crews. After his diagnosis of terminal heart failure he says he just naturally turned to solving his new challenge via his diet. It's not only worked for him, but for thousands of others.

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Author : Donald A Gazzaniga
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 24 November 2012
ISBN : 1475052146
EAN : 9781475052145
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 448 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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    . 200 No-Salt, Lowest-Sodium recipes. "Living Well Without Salt" book by Donald A. Gazzaniga, guides those who must cut salt from their diet to a healthier life. The author, helped by his wife Maureen