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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

Hi_))))I can tell about salt)))know some information)))Also, physicians are advised to monitor the intake of salt for people with inflammatory processes, suffering from atherosclerosis, glaucoma and obesity.Sea salt is much softer, there is even a delicacy of its forms, which can be chewed without fear. Sea salt is produced by evaporation of sea water)))and there are folk remedies to strengthen teeth and gums ))))In salt intake need to find your limits, and from time to time to revise and refine.It is believed that high salt intake causes a number of health problems. :huh: :huh: :huh:

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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

You know the salt content in many of your favorite products exceeds the acceptable rate by 4-5 times.Leading countries are developing special programs to reduce population intake of salt. If people begin to follow the recommendations, the statistics of strokes will decrease by more than 10%.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.

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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

We used to salt a lot. Because without this seasoning the food seems insipid, tasteless. Even if we know that the excess white grains harmful.Constant insufficient salting of the food, on the contrary, leads to the fact that fluid appears more. To rejoice in the hope that the weight faster go away, not: upset the balance in the body and begin to rapidly display the desired minerals (in particular calcium, which is important for bone strength!!!Diseases of the cardiovascular system and obesity are closely related, as excessive consumption is one of the root causes of development. B) B) B) B)

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Nicky
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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

I should confess that i like salt and i hate eating unsalty food, it seems to me untasty and insipid. But i read a lot that eating salt is harmful for our health and we should eat less amount of it to prevent obesity and raised blood pressure :huh:
Unfortunately, high salt intake and stomach cancer, osteoporosis, obesity, kidney stones, kidney disease and vascular dementia and water retention are connected. Salt can also exacerbate the symptoms of asthma and diabetes.
So, it's a problem that though we know we need to eat 1g of salt a day, but average adult eat more than 6g of salt daily...It's really hard for me to refuse it :blink:

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Amir
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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

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. B) B) B) Among ethnic groups, never use salt, regardless of age, always normal blood pressure, they do not suffer from diseases of the kidneys and heart. For a long time it was thought that salt from can high to obtain thirst and slightly raise my blood pressure, consuming too much fluid. salt retains water in the body, not only in the bloodstream but also in the intercellular space and inside cells. B) B) B) B)

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Ben29
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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

Yeah, I know it. Salt retain fat, and other harmful things in our body. Everybody should avoid this component from adding it to our food, especially to dishes of our children. No, I don't say that it is not needed, but it is needless in excessive amount. I use salt, but reasonably.

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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

A large amount of excess salt in the body contributes to the development of atherosclerosis. :blink: :blink: :blink: :blink: In this disease the blood vessels become smooth and increase in size. This leads to the formation of atherosclerotic plaques. Sea salt – the healthiest of all salts. When the technology contains many useful minerals.Most salt is found in foods where it is used as a preservative (salted fish, meat... Salt can act as a heart poison, amplifying painful sensitivity of the nervous system. :huh: :huh: :huh:i wish you a good health

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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

The use of large quantities of salt reduces the solubility of salts of uric acid, which precipitates and is involved in the formation of stones in the urinary channels.Long known for the fact that salt retains water in the body. When obese people prescribed a low-salt diet, they quickly lose liquid 5-9 kg of body weight.Salt raises blood pressure, which harm the health of the hypertension. In the case of the development of the disease can happen stroke. B) B) B) B)The need for salt increases with abundant sweating. :unsure: :unsure: :unsure: :unsure:

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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

Cardiologists warn against excessive abuse of salt in food, because such an excess is fraught with diseases such as hypertension, and consequently heart attack and stroke. Exceeding the permissible concentration of salts in the blood causes additional stress on the kidneys, which in an effort to cleanse the body will work in emergency mode...the sodium contained in salt increases blood pressure, and in the case of existing problems in this area can lead to unpleasant consequences. :( :( :( :( Together with the chloride of sodium from our body leaches large amounts of calcium,

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Salt intake 'directly linked to obesity'

Performs an important role in maintaining metabolism, acid-base and hormonal balance in the body, :blink: the transmission of nerve impulses.Thanks to the wide availability of this product and its ability to inhibit putrefactive processes, this important spice is widely used in the food industry.If you seek to control the daily rate of sodium chloride, keep in mind that this volume is it's not only the amount of salt that you salt the soup.Salty foods significantly stimulates the appetite!!!To absorb salt for the reimbursement of necessary amounts of sodium anyway, that is for reimbursement of calcium to consume inorganic calcium salts.

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