Morton Salt Substitute, No Sodium Salt Alternative for a Heart Healthy Diet, 3.125 oz (Pack of 6)

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Morton Salt Substitute, No Sodium Salt Alternative for a Heart Healthy Diet, 3.125 oz (Pack of 6)

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  • Morton Brand
  • F181500000B Model Number
  • Categories

    Grocery & Gourmet Food, Herbs, Spices & Seasonings, Salt & Salt Substitutes, Salt Substitutes

Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 12 Reviews
  • July 13, 2018 Last Review Date
  • April 15, 2013 First Seen Review Date
  • 8 Reviewed on Subreddits

    keto (4)
    Showerthoughts (2)
    Cooking (1)
    Fitness (1)
    bartenders (1)
    electronic_cigarette (1)
    explainlikeimfive (1)
    fasting (1)

Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

Looking for low sodium tips! [R]

1 year, 4 months agoChefM53 posted submission on Cooking.
July 13, 2018

Hi all! My husband has to eat low sodium meals and I am struggling to cook new things that he can eat. Do you have any recommendations on either meals or sodium substitutions? Thanks in advance!

1 year, 4 months agoChefM53 posted comment on Cooking.
July 13, 2018

more herbs, more garlic, and onion. Stronger flavor and a little Morton's salt substitute will not only give him some flavor but if he is on a diuretic then he will need the potassium. That being said...

[Morton's salt substitute] ( Don't pay those ridiculous prices. Just posted it so you would know what it looks like. You can find it in the grocery store even Walmart has it

Cook with less salt and put the mortons on the table

Make [Spaghetti Sauce] ( and make the sausage to go in it out of ground turkey. there are 2 recipes links at the bottom of the sauce recipe for two different kinds of sausage. I have made both with ground turkey and Tastes GREAT!!

The Lowest sodium Chicken Broth I have found is at Trader Joe's it's there organic low sodium chicken broth. its about 50 or 65 mg in a cup vs 150 and up for other brands.

[Biggest loser turkey chili] (

I’m so ready to lose the last of this weight. (day 2/23) [R]

1 year, 7 months agoMay 4, 2018


1 year, 7 months agorejeremiad posted comment on fasting.
May 4, 2018

If all you are looking for is Sodium and Chloride, then regular salt will do, NaCl. Some suggest pink Himalaya salt, which has less sodium chloride and more "other minerals" - it is less refined.

I use Salt Substitute for Potassium. I do two shots of 1/4 tsp spaced out. Recommended intake is 2000-3500mg, so two shots only gets you half way there, but hyperkalemia is a problem, and I didn't want to push it.

You can drink magnesium (epsom salt) or soak it up. I take a 15 minute bath because I am tired of drinking salt water with the salt and potassium.

[2018-01-21] /r/keto Community Support for Sunday 21st January 2018 [R]

1 year, 10 months agoSleepyTexan posted submission on keto.
Jan. 20, 2018

Welcome to /r/keto!

Please use this daily support thread to talk freely and support each other.

All visitors, new and old, are kindly reminded to observe the sidebar rules, search the sub before creating new posts and read the FAQ.

-keto4life (IN ROBOTMODE)

1 year, 10 months agoSleepyTexan posted comment on keto.
Jan. 21, 2018

Sure thing! I hope it does end up helping you.

I currently use this because it's what I bought when I first started but when I run out I'll probably buy some potassium from bulk supplements.

I don't think you're drinking too much water, the rule of thumb I follow is drink at least half your weight in ounces, but then again you do drink more than that.

Sugar : Artificial Sweetener :: Salt : ? [R]

1 year, 11 months agoglassjester posted submission on Showerthoughts.
Jan. 2, 2018

Artificial saltyner? Does anything like that exist?

1 year, 11 months agoglassjester posted comment on Showerthoughts.
Jan. 2, 2018

Yes. Potassium chloride.

It's also used in lethal injections.

[NSV] I'm officially in ketosis! [R]

2 years, 9 months agoFeb. 14, 2017


2 years, 9 months agoDClawdude posted on keto.
Feb. 15, 2017

I'm gonna recommend this because it's often a lot easier to get your sodium than your potassium, so I prefer the full potassium source.

Just don't eat too much at once - 1/2 tsp or more and you'll be running for the bathroom promptly.

ELI5: what is happening with your muscles when you get a cramp while doing nothing (such as sleeping)? [R]

3 years, 1 month agoteh_tg posted submission on explainlikeimfive.
Oct. 8, 2016
3 years, 1 month agoteh_tg posted on explainlikeimfive.
Oct. 8, 2016

Bananas definitely work here. This does too.

Nutrition (and Supplement) Thursday [R]

4 years, 6 months agoWhitesajer posted submission on Fitness.
May 21, 2015

Welcome to Nutrition Thursday! Our weekly thread to discuss anything and everything about what you consume to fuel your training.

Feel free to ask or discuss any topic concerning diet, nutrition, and supplements that you wish.

And of course don't forget to try a search of the sub or check out to see if your question has already been answered.

4 years, 6 months agoWhitesajer posted on Fitness.
May 22, 2015

Why is there artificial sweetener but no artifcial saltener [R]

4 years, 8 months agogn0v0s posted submission on Showerthoughts.
March 31, 2015

I'm Super, Thanks for Asking (track your electrolytes) [R]

5 years agodavidinnc posted submission on keto.
Nov. 5, 2014

While I've had good results from keto since August and made a token effort at supplementing my MagPotSod with leafy greens and vitamin supplements, I never took the time until this week to sit down and run the numbers to determine my electrolyte levels. Lo and behold, I was coming in low on sodium and extremely low on potassium. Reading up on the results of a potassium deficiency, I immediately realized that some of the symptoms I have during and after my daily workout were probably the result of an acute electrolyte deficiency during the heaviest part of my workout. Now that I've identified the problem, I'm taking steps to fix it and feeling better and better.

If you haven't actually run the numbers and are just assuming your electrolytes are fine, you're probably wrong. Run the numbers.

5 years agodavidinnc posted on keto.
Nov. 6, 2014

Nope, that's another brand, but probably the same thing - mainly potassium chloride. The one I like is Morton Salt Substitute in a small dark blue container. There's yet another brand in a bright blue container called Nu-Salt, which I hate because some additive in it burns my tongue! Amazon has a picture and description of Morton Salt Substitute at

Vape world problems ... anyone else? [R]

6 years, 1 month agolocust00 posted submission on electronic_cigarette.
Oct. 22, 2013
6 years, 1 month agolocust00 posted on electronic_cigarette.
Oct. 23, 2013

absolutely, yes. K and Na are your two big ones usually with initial cramping analysis. If you are experiencing frequent urination, you very well could be low on both.

Fortunately, they're both very easy to test. Table salt will work fine and you can also purchase, generally from a local shop, a salt-substitute, which is generally simply potassium chloride. Mortons Salt Substitute

The Avada Kedavra [R]

6 years, 2 months agoeek04 posted submission on bartenders.
Sept. 13, 2013

Dear Bartenders, I'm studying in Rome and I frequent a bar that has some harry potter named shots. The Voldemort is pale white, The Harry Potter comes on Fire like the Goblet of Fire etc. I was talking with the bartender and we were designing an avada kedavra shot because the voldemort wasn't agonizing enough cause Voldemort is an evil dude. clearly the avada kedavra has to be an emerald green. so the shot was Absinthe, Everclear, mint, and licorice. it had the perfect color, but we need to perfect it further. if we lit it on fire, Do any of you know spices or ingredients you can put on the flame to make it burn green? TL:DR anybody know anything you can put on fire which is edible and you could find in a bar that burns green?

6 years, 2 months agoeek04 posted on bartenders.
Sept. 13, 2013

The best coloring I can find you in food grade is purple, which you can get by burning potassium chloride.

Morton's has a salt substitute that's primarily potassium chloride; the other ingredients seems to be to regulate sourness and an anti-caking agent.

The description of the taste of potassium chloride's taste on [Wikipedia] ( is "weak, bitter, unsalty flavour".

From our point of view, that is probably good news - I assume you want to avoid a strong salt taste, and the above taste seems like it may not harm the taste of your drink too much. If I was trying this, I'd pre-mix some 151 proof Everclear with the salt, float that, and set that on fire.

Be aware that most low-sodium salts will still contain sodium salt; this will burn with a yellow flame, and will mask out the color of the potassium chloride.

Of course, a potentially fantastic effect would be if you could float two colors, with one part of the float being purple and the other being yellow. Maybe create two salt solutions, one with a small amount of table salt and one with a larger amount of potassium chloride, and float them at the same time over each side of a spoon.

Less than 5 carbs and 6+ cans of diet soda a day - losing 2 pounds everyday? [R]

6 years, 7 months agoApril 15, 2013

I have been eating nothing but bacon and eggs this week, they have next to no carbs. I also drink lots of diet dr pepper, and from what I can tell I have already lost 5 lbs. I was 330 and 6'2 mind you, but it is still rather impressive since it was 2 days worth of keto. After reading this sub's discussions of diet soda, it looks like they are fine and count towards daily water. Really nice to hear. However I still do drink water daily, mainly when I eat. If I eat around 1300 calories a day with 5 carbs, do you think that I will continue to drop pounds very quickly?

6 years, 7 months agousdmattiphone posted on keto.
April 15, 2013

FYI with your food selections your headaches are very possibly from electrolyte imbalance. Diet soda still has caffeine which is a diuretic, and all the sodium from the bacon is going to toss your potassium to sodium levels for a loop causing a headache.

In addition to adding some stuff with potassium in your diet, you can use this to "salt" your foods to regain the balance: (you can find single cans of it in the store for like $3-4)