Low sodium diet plan
Description / History:
A low sodim diet plan generaly means a person can consume limited amounts of sodium daily. This can vary depending on how restrictive the diet is, but generally, the diet allows about 2 g intake per day. Low sodium foods and low sodium alternatives are prefered to salty foods.
A low sodium diet plan is almost always benefical for the dieter since North Americans tend to absorb way more sodium that they should in their daily diets. Pre-packaged foods, fast-food and snacking habits have all increased our salt intake over the last few decades. A low sodium diet plan can help lower blood pressure, improve your heart's condition and reduce fluid retention. It can also help with renal problems and hypertension. If you want a low sodium diet plan to help you lose weight, you should exercice and monitor your health with the help of a doctor.
A low sodium diet plan must be monitored closely, as for any diets. Aching skeletal muscles, weakness, anorexia, lassitude, nausea and vomiting, abdominal cramps and mental confusion can be serious side-effects of a low sodium diet plan gone wrong. If you are following a low sodium diet and are having these problems, contact your doctor immediately. As in anything, moderation is best.
What you can eat?:
- Red Meat
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