Use of salt
which type of salt should be used for those suffering from osteoarthritis.Which salt and how should be used to reduce weight.
Salt doesn't help to reduce weight. You need to reduce the amount of salt you use. Increase your water and reduce carbs. For arthritis you can bath in Epsom salt. It helps reduce pain. I add essential oils for even more pain relief.
High consumption salt leads to death and disability. It has a direct effect on our blood pressure.When we consume much salt our body requires extra fluid which causes high blood pressure that leads to heart attack. In our daily life, we need 1 g of salt and children need even less.For controlling high salt consumption we have to control our food habit. We have to reject restaurant type food and processed food which generally have a high amount of salt.
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