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What I am Traveling Through...Suggestion
s For Food Flavorings

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

OKay, here is what I am currently traveling through:
Doc put me on a 5mg blood pressure med. For a month I took them. Since then I have had severe diarrhea, throwing up and loss of appetite. At first they said I had a virus, gave me nausea med and told me to take Imodium. After a month of this I went back to the doctor. My Doc not available so the other Doc and my Doc talked and decided I was having a reaction to the BP med. (I have lost 13 lbs from this) (Not mad about the weight loss).

So now I am off BP med for a week and will start a new 2 1/2 mg one next Monday.

Doc says a soft diet with no salt or butter!!!

There is no way I could eat grits without salt or margarine. I remember I had an ulcer 30 years back and I was finally allowed to have a baked potato with nothing but some water on it. That was a good potato.

The soft diet is temporary, and so is the no salt and butter. I use very little salt normally and I don't use much margarine anyway. Also, I NEVER fry any foods.

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to flavor my food? (Allergic to cheese).
Hopefully I can get some good suggestions that I can keep for my daily meals.

Blessings to all.
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  • SPEDED2
    You may find something here to help:

    https://www.mamasezz.c
    om/blogs/news/seasonings-withou
    t-salt

    Good luck!
    350 days ago
  • RIONSHOPE2017
    Try butter buds, taste like butter but in powder form, has same flavor but not the fat. It's in the spice area of the grocery store.
    351 days ago
  • EOWYN2424
    Try herbs and spices!
    351 days ago
  • FIT4LIFEANNE
    Ms. Dash love the stuff. I also don't use salt.
    351 days ago
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