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Sodium can increases the risk of developing high blood pressure

Harm
Consuming too much salt, which means too much Sodium, increases the risk of developing high blood pressure, which can in turn lead to strokes, heart attacks and kidney disease. Lowering sodium intake in people with high blood pressure helps.

Recommended daily intake: 2000 - 2300 mg
Research suggests that reducing sodium intake to 2,300 mg/day for healthy folks and to 1,500 mg/day for people with high blood pressure. This is equal to about 5 grams of salt, the World Health Organisation advises that adults should eat no more than 5 grams of salt a day.

Salt (Sodium) restriction
Cooking food should be less salt, you can use vinegar, pepper, paprika, lemon, ginger, garlic and other spices to flavor. Processed foods should not be eaten in large quantities. We recommend that you avoid pickled foods whenever possible.

The harm of Sodium excess
Catch cold easily
Increases blood pressure
Can lead to hardening of the arteries
Induced heart failure
Prone to osteoporosis

High Sodium Foods List

Ham

3650mg

Ham

Sausage

2400mg

Sausage

Instantnoodles

1154mg

Instantnoodles

Soysauce

5860mg

Soysauce

Chili sauce

8100mg

Chili sauce

M.S.G

8150g

msg

Salt

39824mg

Salt

Hot dog

1560mg

Hot dog

Notice:
The content of sodium per 100 grams of food
Weight unit: milligram (mg)

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