Just curious if most of you are watching fat content and how much sugar intake the low sodium or no-salt foods have. Most of the no-salt foods with 0 sodium listed on the label I eat the most of, primarily pasta, extra virgin olive oil and baked potatoes. Some products like no-salt bread 10mg. a slice and carrots which i use alot of for juicing is 26 mg.s' of sodium for 3 oz. i read on one website. Some fresh veggies have 0mg. and some have a few like a medium tomato is 4 mg. But I noticed I eat alot of pasta everyday with chicken about 3 or 4 oz. a day with fresh tomatoes, mushrooms, onions, green & red peppers, herbs & olive oil which is high in fat calories. the pasta, rice bread & potatoes are carbs as well as fruit. I have fruit, half or small banana, orange or apple with a rice cake in the morning. The carbs turn to sugar. Also, I eat dry no-salt almonds,a handful a day for a snack, no-salt potato chips gotta have them with tuna, and no-salt butter which has 0mg. of sodium,but has fat calories and sometimes sherbert ice cream for some kind of a treat on the weekend. My doctor said he was more concerned about the sodium than the sugars and fat intake. Because I am still retaining fluid and the amount of water & fluids I drink to 2 liters a day, which is almost impossible cause the medication make my mouth so dry and very thirsty. Since this no-salt or low sodium diet I eat the same things over and over daily, a creature of habit lately. I go to the websites posted on here for new recipes and sometimes try a couple,but usually continue to make pasta,chicken & veggies. Fruit. Fish and tuna,boiled eggs 1 or 2 times a week or just plain pasta & veggies and leave out the chicken. Lately I been doing that alot. Stopped the red meat too.