Want more Sodium Girl?

Who doesn’t! Here are some other places you can find her writing (or people writing about her). Just click and be magically transported to some fun, supplementary articles that are hot off the press. It’s a great way to learn more about sodium-free living and, of course, to procrastinate from that pile of work that is sitting in front of you.

Don’t worry, it will all get done.

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WHAT ME? Articles, TV, Radio, and news all about Sodium Girl

National Kidney Foundation, Low-Sodium Summer BBQ

National Kidney Foundation, Sodium Girl Shares her Story

Eat Drink Explore Radio (begins at 1:20:00)

Good Day Sacramento

King-TV Seattle

Good Morning Washington

ABC with Lori Corbin

DaVita Dialysis

Lupus Now Magazine

Better Homes and Gardens (Fall 2011)

Today’s Diet and Nutrition

Scope Blog, Stanford Hospital

Los Altos Town Crier 

Stanford Hospital & Clinics

Arthritis Foundation Northern California

Lupus Foundation of America

Arthritis Today Magazine 

Food, Reciprocity


FOR YOU! Articles by Sodium Girl

Huffington Post Living, On-Going Blogger

Orca Health (Spring 2012Summer 2012) (Winter 2012, Winter 2011, Summer 2011)

Small Kitchen College (from Big Girl’s Small Kitchen)

Ladies Home Journal, Ladies Lounge

San Francisco Chronicle

Living Without


HONOR ROLL! Nods and nominations

Speaker, BlogHerFood 2012

SAVEUR Best Special Diet Food Blog, nominee 2012

Homie Award, nominee 2011


FOR THE PATIENTS Health lectures by Sodium Girl

Ongoing Store Tours and Cooking Demos with Whole Foods Markets

Stanford Health Library

Bay Area Association of Kidney Patients



On-going writer for and Edible San Francisco


Past work includes…

SF Healthy Foods Examiner

Epicurious comes to San Francisco for a Farmers Market Tour and a White House Initiative

Pasta Gina: Diet-friendly, Italian fare

CUESA goes to the SF Giants County Fair

From scratch: Chicken butchery class with 18 Reasons

Low salt supper at Absinthe


Center for Urban Education on Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA)

Where the Wild Bees Are

Homestead Chickens and Chow Mein

The Family That Gardens Together Stays Together

Learn Long and Prosper

Oysters in the Summer

Fresh Off the Presses: Two New Artisan Tortillas