Eating a Low Sodium Diet

James Kleiber
The Medalions, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Salt is an ingredient in just about every type of processed food or restaurant meal. So it’s no wonder most Americans are getting double or triple the amount of sodium they need each day. One of the best ways to ensure that the sodium content of your meal is controlled is to cook it yourself! A home cooked meal provides opportunity to limit the salt added to your meals and to choose your ingredients with care.

With questions like these, I am so proud that our Chefs work under the guide of “Our Food Rules!” This means in short that we ARE focused on quality, less processed ingredients with a desire to prepare your meals from a “scratch cooking” mindset. Your Chefs are provided access to incredible recipes and production programs give us the tools to accomplish these goals amongst many other culinary related focal points. Of course, we will still offer foods high in sodium, so please educate yourself about those types of foods naturally high in sodium (breakfast meats, deli meats, dry cereals, etc.) to assist you to make
informed decisions for moderation of these food items. Please address any questions you have to your onsite dining services teams.

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