Salt is an inorganic compound, sodium chloride.
Both sodium and chlorine are necessary for the nervous system – without them, like potassium and calcium, it will not conduct signals.
Salt is needed to maintain an environment in the body in which cells stay alive, don’t lose water and don’t get too much of it.
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With sweat and urine, we lose salt, so it must be consumed every day.
Its deficiency leads to severe disorders of the nervous system, low blood pressure, muscle spasms, leaching of minerals from bones and destruction of muscles.
Excess salt causes high blood pressure and leads to water retention in the body – edema. It is especially dangerous for hypertensives and people with kidney disease.
As you can see, salt is necessary for our body, the main thing is to know the measure…