How Much Salt Is Safe For The Body?

Besides adding flavor to food, salt is also useful to maximizing the work of nerves and muscles. However, excessive consumption can also have a negative impact. Then how much salt is safe to eat?

Excessive salt levels can increase the risk of developing high blood pressure (hypertension) and for people with osteoporosis are encouraged to consume less salt.

Based on size of the average human, most adults need at least a minimum of 4.2 grams and 1.5 grams per day.
But in reality, the average salt intake in adults could reach double that, 10 to 12 grams. It is still being debated for several side, according to the organization’s pro-salt every healthy body will process the required salt and the rest will be discarded by the kidneys.

To avoid excess salt in the body, make it a habit to avoid or at least control the foods that contain salt. It is better to reduce the consumption of soy sauce and chilli or tomato sauce and do not forget to pay attention to food labels to see the sodium content

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