No salt, no fat foods: we’re here to write about them

No salt, no fat foods became must-haves for me in 2012 after having an angioplasty. The operation changed what’s left of my life from what I thought it would be.

I could no longer revel in wondrous high-fat, high-sugar, high-salt foods. If I wanted to continue living, I had to completely change everything I ate.

Cooking, and eating, trays of Italian favorites like this are out for me now but I've found ways to cope.
Cooking, and eating, trays of Italian favorites like this are out for me now but I’ve found ways to cope.

I’ve done that and I created this blog in December 2012 to help all of you who face similar challenges. The progress of this blog in being discovered has been heartening for me. Daily average visits have increased tenfold since I started it. Traffic has improved monthly. There’s still a long way to go in building this, but I’m starting to get good traction in searches for no salt, no fat foods and hope to build on that in 2014.

If you’ve found me, welcome. I have a lot to offer you here. I’ve created a recipe page with many of the new dishes I’ve created on my restricted diet. Another page looks at ingredients you can use to create such dishes. Still another looks at the challenges of eating away from home. And I’ve written about my heart troubles and what I’ve needed to do to stay alive.

If you’re facing similar life-altering challenges, take heart (pun intended) and walk with me on this journey.


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