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MONDAY, October 28, 2019 (HealthDay News) – Too much salt has long been associated with high blood pressure. In fact, one way to help control blood pressure is to reduce your salt intake. The study was conducted at Vanderbilt University and is published in Journal of clinical investigation suggest that salt may also be associated with weight gain.
Traditional thinking suggests that salty foods make people drink more water, but scientists find that it actually reduces thirst and makes people more likely to overeat, gain weight and even transfer syndrome. chemotherapy, which can lead to diabetes and other serious conditions.
Packaged foods are high in salt
- The meat is smoked and cured, like playboys
- Frozen dinner
- Canned Meals
- Nuts and seeds
- Processed cheese
- Crunchy biscuits
Because most Americans eat 50% more salt than the daily recommendations, it's more important than ever to find ways to cut back. The National Kidney Foundation recommends limiting processed foods that are high in salt.
In addition to packaged and deli meats, some canned and frozen foods, from beans to vegetables, can have very high salt content, so always read the label. Foods you may not have involved in the salt may still have sodium in its composition. Look for brands without salt. When not possible, rinse food under cold running water to remove as much salt as …