Salt, otherwise called sodium chloride, is about 40% sodium and 60% chloride. It flavors food and is utilized as a folio and stabilizer. It is additionally a food additive, as microscopic organisms can't flourish within the sight of a high measure of salt. The human body requires a modest quantity of sodium to lead nerve driving forces, contract and loosen up muscles, and keep up the correct equalization of water and minerals. It is evaluated that we need around 500 mg of sodium every day for these crucial capacities. In any case, a lot of sodium in the eating routine can prompt hypertension, coronary illness, and stroke. It can likewise cause calcium misfortunes, some of which might be pulled from the bone.
Most Americans expend at any rate 1.5 teaspoons of salt every day, or around 3400 mg of sodium, which contains undeniably more than our bodies need.
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1. Interesting facts about salt.
2. How much salt should we eat?
3. Can blood pressure be caused by salt intake?
4. How much salt should kidney patients take?
5. Can blood pressure patients use salt?