How salty can the kidneys handle it? Reduce salt, reduce disease

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How salty can the kidneys handle it? Reduce salt, reduce disease

Excessive salinity affects the body. It can lead to many diseases, especially kidney disease. Reduce and avoid extremely salty foods. Choose foods with adequate sodium content. and eat more fruits and vegetables.

Most Thai people are addicted to salty taste. and eating too much salt without realizing it While the body needs only a small amount of salt. Because of the basics of Thai food It is mainly spicy, sweet, salty food. This does not include crispy snacks and various snacks that contain high amounts of salt (sodium).

which the salinity (sodium) is too much Affects health in many ways side causes high blood pressure Risk of heart disease Increased leakage of protein in the urine which has a negative effect on the kidneys

It’s easy to reduce saltiness by gradually reducing the saltiness in food. Choose foods that are low in sodium. Read labels when buying food. And eat appropriately. Reduce or refrain from adding seasoning to food. “Taste” before adding seasonings. And increase the amount of vegetables in your meals.

Know salinity (sodium)

Sodium (Sodium) is a mineral salt. It is a type ทางเข้า ufabet of nutrient that the body uses to regulate. and maintain the balance of water in the body Maintains acidic and alkaline conditions, helping in the functioning of the nerves. and muscles (Including the heart muscle) and also helps in the absorption of certain nutrients in the kidneys and small intestine.

Normally, the body gets sodium from the food we eat. Be it meat, vegetables, or fruits, they all naturally contain sodium. Even without adding additional decorations

Even though our body needs to use sodium. But the amount of demand Not that high Your body needs salt or sodium on average no more than 2,000 milligrams per day, or equivalent to 1 teaspoon of salt or 4-5 teaspoons of fish sauce only, or you may need more. When doing exercise activities that involve loss of sweat

Start reducing saltiness, starting with ourselves.

Reduce salt, reduce disease, change eating habits Choosing food and ingredients less salty, “taste” them before cooking every time. or avoid additional cooking Reduce the saltiness of sauces, seasonings, fish sauce, soup powder, or soup cubes by half. Reduce eating food that is too spicy.

Change the type of food Choose useful But low sodium substitutes Eat more fruits and vegetables or increase the amount of vegetables and fruits that are high in potassium. that helps reduce negative effects caused by sodium

Or if you are a person addicted to salty taste Try using a gradual method. Reduce the saltiness in food little by little. Practice adjusting your tongue to less saltiness, 10% at a time. For example, if you normally add 1 spoon of fish sauce, scoop 10% less. If adjusting once a month. You will be able to adjust the salinity down by up to 30% in 3 months.