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had heart attack need recipes ASAP

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New lifestyle for me. I need help, any low fat, low cholesterol, no added salt. If anyone can help me with any good recipes I would really appreciate it confused.gif

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Check out Cooking Light magazines, or their HSOforum. They have a ton of recipes, as well as excersice advice. Some of our favorite Thanksgiving recipes have come from there.

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A good one to check out is Fix-It and Forget-It Diabetic Cookbook. Every recipe will give you Basic Nutritional Value and Exchange Values.It is a Slow Cooker recipe cook book.

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A wonderful ally in your low fat-low sodium battle are the 2 boullion bases by a company called Herb-Ox. Every grocer has them in the dry broth mix aisle. The chicken is in a green box, the beef in red. They are no sodium, no fat, and can make a huge difference in the savory appeal in rice and mashed potatoes when you can't use buttter or salt. Pretty darn good stufff. A great cheap option to avoid everything tasting like cardboard and wallpaper paste.

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I don't have recipes, but instead of salt buy "no salt". Tastes the same but no salt in it. Also use splenda instead of suger it helps.

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I have high blood pressure so Morton Light Salt is a good alternative to "real salt". Splenda is a wonderful sugar alternative. I also use Enova oil since it metabolically stores less fat in your body. Kind of expensive though! Hope my .02 helps!

Lisa A.

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