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Taking Too Much Salt Can Do More Damage To Your Health

2018-08-24 11:08

In our daily life the salt is the most important thing to all of us,especially in our food and dishes,without it we can not enjoy the delicious food and are easy to get some diseases,At the same time the kidney patients must pay more attention to take salt in their daily life,if we take excessive salt in our food that will be harmful to our health .The following i will introduce some information about the salt for you,that can help you avoid the disease or harm to your health.

Sodium (salt) is a mineral found in almost all foods. Too much sodium can make you thirsty, which can lead to swelling and raise your blood pressure. This can damage your kidneys more and make your heart work harder.

One of the best things that you can do to stay healthy is to limit how much sodium you eat. To limit sodium in your meal plan:

Do not add salt to your food when cooking or eating. Try cooking with fresh herbs, lemon juice or other salt-free spices.

Choose fresh or frozen vegetables instead of canned vegetables. If you do use canned vegetables, drain and rinse them to remove extra salt before cooking or eating them.

Avoid processed meats like ham, bacon, sausage and lunch meats.

Munch on fresh fruits and vegetables rather than crackers or other salty snacks.

Avoid canned soups and frozen dinners that are high in sodium. • Avoid pickled foods, like olives and pickles. • Limit high-sodium condiments like soy sauce, BBQ sauce and ketchup.

Important! Be careful with salt substitutes and “reduced sodium” foods. Many salt substitutes are high in potassium. Too much potassium can be dangerous if you have kidney disease. Work with your dietitian to find foods that are low in sodium and potassium.

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