Our Salt

It's Salt

Our salt looks and tastes like salt, because it is Salt! Salt is typically sodium-based. Our salt is a natural potassium salt, often mined in the same salt mines as sodium salt.

Great Taste

Without compromising flavor, we achieve significant reduction. Our salt doesn't hide the real taste of your food. Food critics and chefs have stated that it actually enhances the natural flavor of foods. Enjoy the true taste of whatever you eat.

Better for You

Our salt is a salt you can feel good about eating. Maintain great taste and achieve unprecedented levels of sodium reduction all while replacing with potassium, a necessary nutrient, often allowing for simpler and better recipes with fewer ingredients required.

Broad Applications

We have had great success across a broad range of foods and recipes. Enjoy Salt for Life® in convenient ready-to-use bottles for use at home or in food service. For industrial customers, our potassium salt works as a replacement of up to 50% of sodium salt in product formulation.

Potassium consumption should be at least 3,500 mg per day* -- most people consume only 2,400-3,200 mg/day.**

*U.S. FDA; Food Labeling: Revision of the Nutrition and Supplement Facts Labels (2016);
**Nutritional Sciences Program and Center for Public Health, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Sodium consumption should be limited to 2,300 mg per day maximum* – as compared to typical daily consumption of 3,400 mg sodium a day.

*U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services (HHS) and U.S. Dept of Agriculture (USDA), 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (2015)
  • Salt Fact 1

    There are many types of 'salts'

    All are minerals such as sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium.
  • Salt Fact 2

    Learn more about sodium and potassium

    To learn more about the CDC's views on diets high in sodium and low in potassium, visit the CDC website at: www.cdc.gov/salt.

FAQ's

What is Salt for Life® and how is it different?

Salt for Life® is the revolutionary salt that improves global health and wellness because it is naturally sourced, tastes great, easy to use and affordable. It is made from a simple yet patented process. Using naturally sourced potassium salt (potassium chloride) from North America and our patented technology, we are able to replace salt (sodium chloride) at unprecedented levels without compromising taste or functionality and at minimal cost.  It tastes like salt because it IS salt!  We have helped many of the world's leading companies achieve successful sodium reductions up to 50% across a variety of foods.  Salt for Life® is non-GMO, Kosher certified, and has Gluten-Free options available.

How can I purchase Salt for Life®?

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What is Salt for Life® Sea Salt & Potassium Salt and how is it different?

Salt for Life® Sea Salt & Potassium Salt is Nature's Alternative Salt, a culinary breakthrough for health-conscious consumers who proactively seek better-for-you products.  Our retail and food service Salt for Life® is a blend of sea salt from pristine ocean waters and an alternative salt--POTASSIUM SALT--sourced from ancient sea beds in North America.  Salt for Life's special recipe gives you a GREAT TASTE of salt with LESS SODIUM than regular table salt and provides you with potassium, an essential ingredient.  Salt for Life® can be used in the same way as table salt (sodium chloride) to season, cook, or bake. It is Kosher Certified, Gluten-Free and non-GMO. It contains 140 mg of sodium per ¼ teaspoon as compared to 590 mg per ¼ teaspoon of traditional table salt. In addition, each ¼ teaspoon serving has 180 mg of potassium (similar to one-half of a medium banana).

Is Salt for Life® Potassium Salt safe for people with kidney disease?

In some health conditions, including certain types of kidney disease, patients are encouraged by their physicians to increase their intake of potassium whereas limiting sodium intake is a consideration for all stages of kidney disease. Please check with your healthcare provider if you are unsure if you should be limiting your sodium and/or potassium intake.

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