Salt is an important component of most meals, and it is the definition of taste in those meal. Seems like we can’t do without it, isn’t it? Regardless, there is a tendency to be at risk when salt gets too much in your diet, and getting to know the dangers inherent in a salty diet might help you to quickly adjust.
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Salt puts up our blood pressure. Raised blood pressure (hypertension) is the major factor which causes strokes, heart failure and heart attacks, the leading causes of death and disability in many people. There is also increasing evidence of a link between high salt intake and stomach cancer, osteoporosis, obesity, kidney stones, kidney disease and vascular dementia and water retention. Salt can also exacerbate the symptoms of asthma, Ménière’s disease and diabetes.
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You can consult your nutritionist on the best advice on how to apply salt in your meals.
Healthy eating; longer life.