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The human body needs many minerals. One of them is sodium. The main source of sodium is sodium chloride, ie salt. Even if salt shakers are removed from the tables, sodium is secretly taken from many other foods. Excessive intake of sodium is risky for health and can lead to diseases such as heart disease, high blood pressure, kidney diseases, and indirectly obesity, diabetes, cancer. Nutrients accused of being rich in sodium can have a sweet taste. Studies show that reducing dietary sodium may reduce blood pressure, reduce stroke, heart failure, and other health problems. Experts say that most people should consume less than 2,300 mg of sodium per day. This is a teaspoon. People with some medical ailments should consume less. Recently,

Is Sea Salt Not Healthy?
Sea salt is often marketed as a olarak natural ”and“ healthy ”alternative. The main differences between sea salt and table salt are taste, texture and processing. Sea salt has a stronger taste. However, people should not forget that the same amount of sea salt and table salt have the same amount of sodium.

Should we stop using salt shakers?
Stopping to use salt shaker helps you avoid adding salt to your dish at your table, but unfortunately, a large portion of sodium in the American diet (almost 80 percent) comes from processed and packaged foods. These foods may contain a high proportion of sodium, even if they do not have salty taste.

Processed foods include:

Frozen foods
Salted foods like canned or pickled snacks
, sausages, sausages, delicatessen
Condiments, dresses & sauces
Soda (including diet soda)

Salt or sodium-containing compounds are added to preserve, sweeten and improve the consistency of prepared and processed foods. A high proportion of sodium is also found in flavor enhancers. Red meat, dairy products, white meat and many vegetables are the natural source of sodium. For example, a glass (200 ml) of reduced fat contains about 90 mg of sodium. Checking the labels is the only way to know how much sodium is in your food. It should be noted that the amount of sodium listed on the content label on the packaging corresponds to a particular portion size. If more nutrients are taken than the listed portion size, more sodium is consumed. If packaged or processed foods are to be purchased, foods labeled “non-sodium” or “very low sodium Paket should be selected. Labeled MSG or monosodium glutamate (E 621), disodium phosphate, sodium benzoate (E 211), sodium acetate (E 262), sodium nitrate (nitrite or E 251), sodium alginate, sodium sulfite (E 221), sodium ascorbate (E 301), sodium saccharin (E 954), sodium citrate (E 331), sodium sulfate (E 514), as well as certain substances, such as sodium contains. There is also sodium in the baking powder. Since the additives and shelf life extenders do not have a salty taste, even if the table salt is restricted, more salt is added to the body without being aware of the need.

How Much Sodium Is Found in Popular Foods?
The Centers for Disease Control has a list of six popular foods with high sodium content, called bir Salted Six Kontrol:

1-Breads and wraps - each piece can contain 230 mg of sodium.
2-Pizza - one slice can contain 760 mg of sodium.
3-Cold meats and dried meats - Two slices of sausage or salami can contain 578 mg of sodium.
4-Poultry - especially chicken nugget. Only 85bilir90 grams may contain about 600 mg of sodium.
5-Canned soups - one cup of canned chicken noodle soup can contain 940 mg of sodium.
6-Sandwiches - bread, dried meats, processed cheese and seasonings, considering the amount of sodium in the sandwich can easily exceed 1,500 mg.

In order to avoid health problems, the use of salt should be gradually reduced. When the salt is reduced, the taste buds on the tongue adapts to the situation and after a while, the desire for eating salt foods decreases. Fresh fruits and vegetables should be preferred in order to prevent excess sodium intake and processed foods should be consumed less. Olives, cheese, pickled products should be washed in water before consumption and the salt (sodium) ratio should be reduced.

Diet for High Blood Pressure
Dietary approaches to stop hypertension for those with high blood pressure are low-sodium interventions. All foods should be low in fat. The diet requires four to five servings of fruit, four to five servings of vegetables and two to three servings of low-fat milk. These dietary approaches are rich in whole grains, fish, poultry, beans, seeds and nuts, but also in sugar and red meat.

Improve Your Taste Feelings
The tastes of non-negative foods may not be good at first, but they will get used to it. Natural alternatives such as lemon, ginger, curry, pepper, vinegar, dried herbs (such as parsley, bay leaves, dill, thyme, basil, mint and rosemary), onion, garlic and dry mustard can be used as sweetener. Salt-tasting substances can also be used but should be consulted first.

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