Fitness Special: Hold the salt

Need to cut the level of salt in your diet? Brian McDermott, otherwise known as the No Salt Chef, has some advice on how to do it.

11th May, 2014
Brian McDermott, the No Salt Chef. Picturte: Andreys Plavins

My passion is teaching people the whys and hows of having a healthy, wholesome and practical attitude to cooking and their diets. I cook clean and honest food with no hidden ingredients or added salt. I encourage people to let the ingredients speak for themselves and, instead of adding salt, to use herbs and spices that complement but don't overshadow the dish that they are cooking.

It's important that my food is healthy and doesn't...

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