Salt is an essential nutrient that has received a lot of bad press in the past decades. Recent studies suggest that if you have no medical conditions, you probably don’t need to watch your salt intake.
In the Western diet, much of the salt you eat comes from bread and ready meals, both of which you are (mostly) avoiding on the Healthy Lives system. As a consequence, getting enough salt is a bigger worry than getting too much of it. Season all your food to taste, and don’t worry about it.
Although there are many trendy salts available, we recommend using regular table salt. Table salt is often enriched with iodine, a mineral that most people don’t get enough of. It is also up to 25 times cheaper than the trendy alternatives.