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Frontier Natural Products All-Purpose Seasoning -- 16 oz


Frontier Natural Products All-Purpose Seasoning
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Frontier Natural Products All-Purpose Seasoning -- 16 oz

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Frontier Natural Products All-Purpose Seasoning Description

  • Non-Irradiated
  • Kosher

You'll never miss the salt with All-Purpose Seasoning on hand. Use it to transform any savory dish from ordinary to delectable - while cooking or at the table.

 

Not sure what spice does with tonight's dinner vegetable? Too busy to measure bits of this and that spice for your stir fry or casserole? All-Purpose Seasoning is the solution. No one spice overwhelms this salt-free blend of balanced flavors, developed to complement any savory dish.


Directions

Rub or sprinkle on meats and poultry, fish, seafood, or tofu before or after cooking.

 

Suggested Uses:

-Add to soups, stews, and gravies

-Use to enliven everyday casseroles.

-Sprinkle on deviled eggs, salads (green and side alike), and baked potatoes with shredded cheese, veggies and sour cream.

-Mix into beef or veggie burger recipes, meatloaf and bean or nut loaf.

-Add to coatings for breading meats, fish, veggies, and soy products.

-Use to top focaccia bread before baking.

-Add to oil and vinegar for an instant dressing.

-Combine with soy sauce, olive oil and balsamic vinegar for a rich marinade.

-Stir into a cream base (like mayo and sour cream) for an instant dip.

-Keep a shaker full at the table for those who want added spice or who are trying to eliminate or cut back their salt intake.

-Blend one tablespoon All-Purpose Seasoning with softened butter or margarine for a delicious flavored butter. Serve with bread or on steamed vegetables or fish.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Onion, parsley, basil, lemon peel, thyme, garlic, celery, red bell pepper, citric acid, freeze-dried whole lemon powder.
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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Does consuming less sodium protect your heart? The latest research offers a mixed take on that age-old nugget of wisdom. A low-sodium diet does indeed reduce key symptoms in those with heart issues, including swelling, fatigue and coughing, and thus improves quality of life, according to research reported last month at the American College of Cardiology's 71st Annual Scientific Session. However, reducing sodium intake does not prevent hospital visits or death in those with heart failure, researchers found. The study results are important, because they stem from what was the largest-ever randomized clinical trial examining the relationship between reducing sodium intake and heart failure. Woman Shaking Salt onto Salad to Represent Concept of the Effects of Too Much Sodium on Health | Vitacost.com/blog In a press release, the study's lead author -- Dr. Justin Ezekowitz, a cardiologist and professor in the University of Alberta's Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry -- says the findings should reshape expectations about what a low-sodium diet can achieve in those with heart issues. "We can no longer put a blanket recommendation across all patients and say that limiting sodium intake is going to reduce your chances of either dying or being in hospital, but I can say comfortably that it could improve people's quality of life overall," Ezekowitz says.

The effects of too much sodium

The study findings don't mean you should throw up your hands and succumb to a diet of movie-theater popcorn and take-out pizzas, however. There is still clear evidence that consuming too much sodium is not good for your health, says Erin Palinski-Wade, a New Jersey-based registered dietitian and author of "2-Day Diabetes Diet." "Excessive sodium in the diet can increase the risk of hypertension due to fluid retention in the body," Palinski-Wade says. "This is especially true for people with declining kidney function." High levels of sodium also are associated with greater risk of:
  • Heart disease
  • Stroke
  • Loss of calcium in the body

The importance of sodium in your diet

But sodium itself is not evil. In proper amounts, sodium plays a vital role in keeping you healthy. “Sodium is a necessary electrolyte, and without enough sodium in the diet, you may experience muscle cramps, dizziness (and) a dangerous drop in blood pressure,” Palinski-Wade says. “In extreme cases, a severe electrolyte imbalance can even be fatal.” Iodized salt also is one of the main sources of iodine in our diets. Iodine plays an important role in thyroid function. “A lack of iodine in the diet can lead to fatigue, weight gain, and even changes in heart rate,” Palinski-Wade says. “So, taking in enough dietary sodium daily is essential.”

Getting the right amount of sodium

The key with sodium is to get the right amount into your diet – not too much, and not too little. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics notes that most people ages 14 and older should limit their sodium intake to less than 2,300 milligrams per day. One way to keep your sodium levels in better balance is to avoid processed foods. “One of the biggest sources of added sodium in the diet comes from processed and prepared foods,” Palinski-Wade says. Reducing your intake of ultra-processed foods can go a long way in reducing overall sodium intake, she says. Whenever possible, read food labels and choose snack and meal options with less added sodium. Preparing your own meals is a great way to lower your exposure to sodium, but only if you cook your foods in a healthful manner. “When cooking, limit the use of the salt shaker and flavor foods with low-sodium seasonings instead,” Palinski-Wade says. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics recommends some additional ways to get enough sodium without taking in too much. They include:
  • Consuming natural sources of potassium, including more fruits and vegetables
  • Eating more whole grains, including brown rice, quinoa, oats, bulgur, whole-wheat pasta and bread, wild rice and popcorn
  • Choosing plant-based protein sources, such as beans and peas
  • Snacking on unsalted nuts instead of crackers and chips
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