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Are The "5 Deadly Whites" Coming To Take You Away? (Part 2: Salt)

Most people do not know how harmful salts are to their health, fitness, and well-being. Even though they do, most people still eat too much for the rest of their lives.

White table salt is actually a chemical compound, sodium chloride, not to be confused with the natural sodium found in natural foods. It is a white table salt that is detrimental to health, fitness, and well-being.

So what's so bad about eating salt? Without a doubt, many experts think salt is just one of the most toxic and dangerous foods we eat. And most of us don't eat any of it; we eat a lot. It's hidden in many of our foods. In fact, many of us eat up to 4000 and more milligrams of salt daily.

In fact, we do not need sodium chloride in our diet and only 300 milligrams of natural sodium are found in fresh foods. There is a high price for consuming salt.

Interestingly, most of the dietary salts we take do not come from salt extracts as most of us believe. In other words, it is not enough to stay away from salt shakers to reduce salt intake.

About 65% to 85% of the salt we eat comes in the form of processed foods, such as canned foods, packaged foods, and believe it or not, bread. In fact, bread is probably one of the biggest bad guys when it comes to salt. If you don't believe it, just read the label. You will find out for yourself how much salt you eat and may not know.

Remember, when you really start investigating how much salt you get in the food you eat, it's best to want salt in the form of sodium chloride in your diet - and only 300 milligrams of sodium comes naturally to the diet.

How do we know that salt is not good for us?

Think about how your body reacts to salt. Once you eat the salt, you'll be thirsty. Why do you think? You cannot eat popcorn or salted cakes without getting thirsty. In fact, bread, meat and dairy products are so full of salt that you can't eat without thirst, although that thirst is not very clear.

Salt triggers your thirst instinct so you will drink water. Water is a way to dilute this toxic substance as quickly as possible to minimize the harmful effects of salt on your body.

First your body melts the annoying salt crystals with liquid. Then your body cleverly dissolves the pollutants from important organs in your body, such as your heart and lungs, and stores salts that are absorbed, and I know this makes sense for you, feet, ankles, feet, hands and even tissues around your eyes.

This is why your eyes, hands, feet, ankles and feet may become swollen when you wake up in the morning, especially after fasting high salt foods the day before. Your body does everything it can to keep excess fluid out of your heart and lungs. It's so amazing how smart the body is. He is always trying to protect us despite our foolish ways.

Here's some great news for you, my friends. An ounce of salt holds 3 liters or 6 pounds of excess water in your body. This means that for each additional salt one pound you take into your body, your body retains six pounds of water. Shoot - sounds to me like if you just eliminate sodium chloride from your diet, just a little change, you will lose a lot of weight and maintain your ideal weight.

What's so bad about salt?

It is a well-known fact that salt causes loss of elasticity and narrowing of blood vessels. Constructive blood vessels cause high blood pressure because your heart needs to work hard to get all your blood pumped through the tight, tight blood vessels.

It's more wear and tear in your heart, people.

Furthermore, just because your blood pressure is in control does not mean that your salt will not hurt you, or that you will not have high blood pressure later when damage is done and it is more difficult to reverse.

Because salt damages the blood vessels, it does not say that salt contributes to heart disease and stroke.

Salt is considered to cause kidney stones, asthma, and stomach cancer.

Salt contributes to weight loss and obesity.

And because salts cause calcium from the bones, salt is a contributor to osteoporosis, such as coffee, white flour, white sugar, pop, and meat of all kinds.

Remember that you only need about 300 milligrams of natural sodium a day and never sodium chloride, how much sodium do you get from your daily diet? Allow me to share with you the sodium content of some of our common foods.

One cheeseburger has 1950 mg of salt.

Chicken eggs and sausages have 1411 mg of salt.

One fish and cheese sandwich has 1035 mg of salt.

One hot dog has 880 mg of salt.

¼ simple pizza has 1100 mg of salt

½ cup canned vegetables have 265 to 485 mg of salt.

6 ounces of canned vegetable juice contains 450 to 555 mg of salt.

¼ cup of spaghetti sauce contains 327-831 mg of salt.

One frozen dinner has 852-1650 mg of salt.

1 pickle contains 515 to 645 mg of salt.

One 3-oz. Tuna can contain 180-485 mg of salt.

One can have soup containing 675-1547 mg salt.

2 oz. of sliced ​​ham has 624 to 1578 mg of salt.

1 cup of cereal contains 205 to 370 mg of salt
2 pieces of bread are anywhere from 190 to 1090 mg of salt.

There is no doubt that salt is not good for you, and much of the food you eat every day is full of salt.

If you are committed to changing one thing in your diet and diet, avoid sodium chloride. If you do, your rewards will be many and may include weight loss, as well as health and fitness benefits.

Part I: White Flour and White Rice

Part III: White Sugar

Part IV: "White" Processed Oil


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