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How Much Salt Should One Person Have?

Published on Nov 18, 2013 and last reviewed on Apr 06, 2019   -  2 min read

Abstract

Abstract

This article explains how much salt is good for health, the best options to replace salt and what happens when one takes too less of salt.

How Much Salt Should One Person Have?

Salt remains one of the essential ingredients in a person’s diet. The flavoring agent is added to almost every kind of food, even some sweet preparations (take a look at the covers of those chocolate biscuits you love - Yes! Surprise surprise, salt is there too). It is also contained in most of the food materials, vegetables, etc.

How Much Salt Should One Person Have?

How Can Excess Salt Affect One's Body?

What Are the Options to Replace Salt?

What Happens When One Takes too Less Salt?

Reduce your salt intake. It is a small price for living healthy.

 

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