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    Costco seasoning
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    hanawaiman6358 posted:
    Since I have to severely restrict salt I bought a bottle of Costco's Organic No-Salt Seasoning. The ingredient list looks fine. It tasted pretty good. I assume it is okay. What do you think?
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    jc3737 responded:
    What ingredients are on the lable?(they usually contain potassium)

    I have heard that too much supplemental potassium (non dietary) can cause problems....but dietary potassium like potatoes is very healthy....and the more the better if it comes from food.Thats one big advantage of a plant based diet.

    Without iodized salt and seafood in your diet it might be a good idea to take a low dose 150mcg iodine supplement 2-3 times a week....but not every day.


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