16 May 2012
McCormick spices has a group of products that contain no Salt and are a mix of various spices to flavor foods. These would be very safe to use. .if you take a look at their web site on the right hand side it advertises products to season foods without salt. Potassium build up would not become a problem with these.
FYI: Too much potassium salts is a real health hazard.
16 May 2012
No, it is not safe. You need to use anything but salt or a salt substitute. Mrs. Dash offers a great seasoning mix that offers a lot of taste without salt. You ust stop using salt on your food. That includes cooking with salt too. My husband & I both take diuretics, & can't use salt. Unfortunately I love salt for flavoring, & it was very hard to get used to not using it, but it's very important that you don't. If you try the Mrs. Dash, I think you will find a whole new outlook on the taste of food... Mary
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