|More: Vegetables (peppers, spinach, dried tomatoes, avocado), fruits (pineapple, pears, apples), fresh herbs, chilli, unsalted nuts, chicken||More: Fresh vegetables (lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers), avocadoes, jalapeños, sautéed onions and mushrooms||More: Fresh greens, vegetables and fruits, dried fruits (raisins and cherries), unsalted nuts, dressings on the side|
|Less: Pepperoni, bacon, ham, extra cheese||Less: Bacon, cheese, BBQ sauce||Less: Salty nuts or seeds, dressings on the salad|
|More: Tomato-based sauces, fresh herbs, chilli, in-season vegetables steamed or lightly sautéed, chicken||More: Fresh vegetables (lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers), fresh herbs (basil), roasted peppers, avocadoes, sautéed onions and mushrooms, chicken, egg, mozzarella cheese, reduced-fat mayo|
|Less: Cheese, bacon, sausage||Less: Ham, cheddar cheese, pickles, mustard|
Adjusting the palate
Humans (even babies) have a preference for sweet and salty flavours. However, these tastes can be changed, and people can adapt to either lower or higher levels of saltiness. When changes are made gradually, they may go by almost unnoticed.1
How low can you go?
Did you know? The word salary comes from the Latin salarium, which referred to the money paid to Roman soldiers for the purchase of salt—and thus the expression “worth his salt”.2
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