2. Potassium Bicarbonate
One of the times it is most difficult to avoid sodium is when eating baked goods. This is likewise a problem when creating your own cakes, breads and more.
Fortunately, there are alternatives for most of the common ingredients that add salt as we will see throughout this post. The first one I’d like to draw your attention to is potassium bicarbonate. This is a great substitute for baking soda, which usually comes with a heavy dose of sodium.
This is the perfect option and you should keep it around its house for all its other great benefits too – from fertilization to curing stomach bugs.