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Can taste buds adjust to a low-salt diet?

Melissa Stinson, NP
Nephrology
A low-sodium diet may seem difficult at first, but it can produce many positive rewards. Your taste buds may take some time to adjust to the lower salt content, but don’t worry, the flavors will come back as your palate adjusts. If you have questions about specific dietary recommendations for your condition, be sure to discuss them with your doctor or a dietitian.

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