Sunday, August 20, 2006

Low Sodium Soup

This is an advertisement. Why? Because I want this product to do well so that there is a market for similar products.

No salt added minestrone: low sodium soup from Health Valley.

Do you know how hard it is to find low sodium products?! Much harder than low fat or low calorie or even "low carb."

If anyone has tips or recommendations, leave a comment.

3 comments:

Kristi Linebaugh said...

Hi,
I have an extreeeeemly low sodium product that is actually really really tasty. We use it exclusively in our restaurant. It is the Canary Island Garlic and Herb Olive Oil. You can marinate, saute, rub or put it on anything you can eat!! It has only 15mg of sodium not 1500 but 15mg of sodium and no sugar or carbs. Outrageous flavor and good in that minestrone soup I bet!!
Kristi
P.S. Since I am one of the partners of the restaurant where the Canary Island Garlic and Herb Olive Oil was born I would like to offer you a special to try it out. Usually a bottle is 12.99 plus shipping and tax. I will offer FREE Shipping on 2 bottles for $24, that way you can share with your friends. You will have to call the 1-800-975-2677 line to place a order, because the web site automatically adds shipping. You can send the offer to friends it will be good for the month of Sep.06.
Splash up a storm!
Kristi Linebaugh
Canary Island Olive Oil

Anonymous said...

I have Meniere's and am on a strict low sodium diet. Being how difficult it is to find this food, in addition to Healthyheartmarket, I also shop at Livinglowsodium.com and Saltwatcher.com.

Unfortunately low sodium will never really go "commercial" because society as we know it "addicted" to salt.

Hang in there Bud.

maggie.danhakl@healthline.com said...

Hi Mary,

Healthline just published a visualization of your daily value of sodium. In the chart, you can see what half of your DV of salt looks like for 30 foods: http://www.healthline.com/health/high-blood-pressure-hypertension/daily-value-sodium

This is very valuable content as it puts nutrition information into perspective and helps a person understand how much sodium is actually in their food. I thought this would be of interest to your audience and wanted to see if you would include this as a resource on your page: http://viewfromthecorner.blogspot.com/2006/08/low-sodium-soup.html

If you do not believe this would be a good fit for a resource on your site, even sharing this on your social communities would be a great alternativeto help get the word out.

Thanks for your time reviewing. Please let me know your thoughts and if there are any questions I can answer.

All the best,
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