My mother has started a low sodium diet due to her CHF. It was a lot of work and frustrating to get this started but I think we're now doing fairly well.
For those of us that started this, we could share tips with those starting out. Also, I'm always looking for new tips.
And, even though my husband and I don't have CHF and aren't really looking to turn into "health nuts" ;-) we do know that sodium is the "silent killer" and were shocked how much sodium we were getting from things we hadn't been aware were so high in sodium.
For example, if a chicken breast is high in sodium, why am I avoiding eating bacon (tasty) to eat a chicken breast that is high in sodium (not so tasty). That's an extreme example, just saying "for instance."