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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

As you know, a popular seasoning - a compound of sodium and chlorine, sodium chloride. sodium is involved in acid-base balance and fluid balance. He is responsible for the correct transmission of nerve impulses, is involved in promoting the contractions of the muscles. The lack of trace mineral is manifested by weakness, drowsiness; chlorine is a component of gastric juice, blood and bile. If chlorine is insufficient, it triggers the malfunction of the digestive system. Adequate intake of spices need to maintain an optimum level of electrolyte in the cells. In the case of the deficit deteriorates muscle function.

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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

Of course, it is important to limit using salt, but I want to admit that salt is not only harm for our organism and if we consume it right, it can bring us many benefits. The hypothesis that salt leads to hypertension has never been scientifically supported. On the contrary, studies show that a reduced-sodium diet leads to health issues. In one study, subjects consuming less than 2300 mg. (the recommended daily amount) of sodium every day had significantly higher mortality rates (meaning a higher risk of death) than the subjects consuming 2300 mg. or more sodium every day.

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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

Salt really has many health benefits. For example, it can improve sleep. Alt helps to boast anti-stress and anti-excitatory qualities due to its suppression of stress hormones and it increasing of the metabolism. This may explain why many people report that a low sodium diet interferes with sleep and an adequate amount of dietary salt improves sleep quality.One more interesting tip: if you wake up with your heart pounding in the middle of the night , it is probably because of an adrenaline spike. The most important change is to reduce both physical and mental stress, as well as eating a healthy diet. But one immediate fix to help you go back to sleep is just a pinch of salt and sugar (or salt and honey, if you prefer) sprinkled on the tongue to calm the adrenaline peak

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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

Salt cannot be digested, absorbed and utilized by the body. It has no nutritional value. On the contrary, it is harmful and can cause disease of the kidneys, bladder, heart, blood vessels. Salt can cause water retention in the tissues. Salt does not contain any vitamins, organic substances.Salt can act as a heart poison, amplifying painful sensitivity of the nervous system.Salt facilitates the removal from the body of calcium and affects the mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract.Most salt suffering from kidneys. When consuming large amount of salt over it is deposited in different parts of the body, especially in the feet.

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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

Harmful salt is hidden in ready meals, canned products and semi-finished products. When visiting the chic restaurants, reveling in the rich aromas, we do not realize how harmful the behavior is.Therefore, studying the menu, always use common sense and think about his precious body.Buying groceries at the supermarket, pay attention to the salt content on the package. Misunderstandings can occur, because some manufacturers specify separately the contents of salt and sodium.For reference, 1 g of salt contains 0.4 g sodium.

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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

The subject of salt really hits home with me. I avoided salt like it was poison for over 10 years. As a result, I couldn't hold onto any water whatsoever. My bodyfat got extremely low. Under 6%. I looked ripped on the beach, but felt like absolute ****. I generally take at least 1 tsp of unrefined pink sea salt every day--sometimes more. Generally, I find OJ seems to require extra salt to be utilized properly. I don't know why, it just does. I once read this from Dr. Batmanghelij, and found it to be true in my own body. I use about 1/4 tsp salt for every glass of OJ I consume.

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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

People primarily meet and exceed their sodium intake through the use of table salt, sea salt, and rock salt – sodium chloride. I think that poor kidney performance, chronic dehydration, chronic hyperuricemia, chlorine toxicity (via chloride intake), potassium deficiency, magnesium deficiency, and SODIUM deficiency are the main causes for the negative health effects researchers report for “high sodium levels.” I believe the sodium is there for a reason – to counterbalance the other above factors. It’s very likely that the negative health effects of chloride consumption matched with a saturating diet and dehydration are mostly what we’re seeing when we talk about high sodium levels – because it’s not natural to get 90-95% of you sodium by ingesting inorganic substances like table salt, sea salt, and rock salt.

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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

Hi boys)))))All unconditionally losing weight nutritionists advise to reduce consumption of sugar, because a slim figure and a large number of sweet — incompatible concepts. B) B) B) B) Experts claim that the energy that is produced in the body by eating sweets, can in large quantities to accumulate in the form of fat deposits on the body. And recently, nutritionists have found that sometimes the cause of the excessive consumption of sugar is the same excessive consumption of salty products. :unsure: :unsure: :unsure: :unsure: :unsure:

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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

Doctors insist that to control the use of salt is necessary to all without exception. For that, you should severely limit in your diet smoked products, semi-finished products and canned food, as much as you liked. They are very a lot of salt, and besides its number it is impossible to calculate.The idea of a salt-free diet is quite common. Especially for people suffering from hypertension and congestive heart failure – it normalizes blood pressure, relieves swelling and improves quality of life.You need to exercise caution, and those who lead an active lifestyle and enjoys sports. In this case, the body needs more than usual in the minerals

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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

Salt facilitates the removal from the body of calcium and affects the mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract.Buying foods at the supermarket, pay attention to the salt content on the package. Misunderstandings can occur, because some manufacturers specify separately the contents of salt and sodium.A shortage of sodium chloride is rare, because the diet a lot of salt. However, these things happen. Suffer from this disease, as a rule, people with chronic kidney disease. :unsure: :unsure: :unsure: :unsure: As well as athletes and runners, quickly lose fluid during the summer heat. B) B) B) B)

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