Most of you know that sodium is a big trigger for a lot of people with Meniere’s disease, and for those people, eating a low-sodium diet can really help to improve your symptoms. It certainly did for me.

The only problem is that switching to a low-sodium diet can be really difficult because there’s so much sodium in everything these days.

This video covers the strategies, tips, and tricks that I use regularly to happily maintain my low-sodium diet.

With a little bit of planning you will be able to make the change smoothly and without sacrificing on flavor.

Covered in the video:

  • How much sodium is too much
  • Low-sodium strategies at the grocery store
  • Finding tasty low-sodium snacks
  • How to eat low-sodium at restaurants
  • Eating low-sodium at dinner parties and social gatherings
  • How to travel on a low-sodium diet

Low-sodium links from the video:

The Mind over Meniere’s Symptom Trigger Tool

My favorite low sodium snacks (Scroll to the bottom)

Heart Healthy Market (Online marketplace of low and no sodium foods)

  1. Charles Von Dietsch

    Also balsamic vinegar can be very helpful in sticking to a low sodium diet.. Can be used on hundreds of foods & snacks and in recipes as well…

    • Heywayne, I’m sorry you didn’t see the closed caption button, but all of my videos are captioned. You just have to press the CC button. You can actually do it on any youtube video and it will automatically generate captions based on the speech to text conversion. But I go in and manually enter all of my captions so they’re correct.

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