Diagnosed with congestive heart failure and waiting for his turn at a heart transplant, Don Gazzaniga was urged by his doctor to keep his sodium intake "under 1,500-2,000 milligrams a day." Don, an enthusiastic amateur chef, headed to the kitchen, and came up with several hundred delicious recipes that hit a sodium count so low the medics found it almost impossible to believe-500 milligrams a day! His doctor, Michael B. Fowler, the director of Stanford's nationally known heart transplant program, is convinced that this low-sodium diet is the major factor in an amazing change in Don's condition. Don collected his nearly one thousand recipes in The No-Salt, Lowest-Sodium Cookbook, and the heartfelt letters from many fellow sufferers have testified to its success. Readers of that first book have kept in touch with Don via his Web site, www.megaheart.com, and have asked for more. They want more bread recipes than the first book provides; they want to be able to enjoy cookies and muffins without violating their low sodium diets. So with the help of daughter Jeannie Gazzaniga Moloo, a professional nutritionist, The No-Salt, Lowest-Sodium Baking Book was created. These treats are all easy to make, and even easier to eat. Go for it! Your conscience can be clear.Fowler, Michael B. is the author of 'No-Salt, Lowest-Sodium Baking Book', published 2004 under ISBN 9780312335243 and ISBN 0312335245.