Can anyone tell me what happens to this fantastic Lago Vista Wildlife Removal, hotdog, butter biscuit, popcorn with extra butter or frozen dinner, once we consumed it. Have we indulged with our eyes and hands but forgot the effect it has on the temple (body). We are all guilty in that we go for the things that taste and we certainly don’t read the labels for nutritional details.
We consume sodium (salt) on a daily basis which can be a great thing or bad. We ought to pay very close attention to the amount of sodium we consume. Our bodies require a certain amount of salt every day, between 180mg-500mg.
Many African Americans suffer with high blood pressure. Looking at this particular population the average daily sodium intake for those age 2-60 is 1,333436mg. Restaurant and processed foods are a significant contributor to the high rates of high blood pressure, heart attacks and strokes. They have caused nearly 400,000 deaths each year. But lots of people love salt.
This is 75 percent of our daily salt intake. We also should drink plenty of water. As believers we must pray and eat right everyday; taking the appropriate vitamins and prescribed drugs from the health care provider. As it is often said” If you take one step God will take two”. Make certain that you get to where you need to be in your daily christian walk by being healthy.
Facts on Salt: Most sodium is consumed in the form of sodium chloride which is table salt. Other types of sodium can also be found in food, so look out for sodium and salt. Try to have less than 2,400 mg of sodium a day– that is the same as 6 grams of salt a day or about 1 teaspoon. That includes ALL salt and sodium — what’s in the product, and added in cooking and at the table. Processed foods account for most of the sodium and salt consumed.
5. Check food labels–sodium is in some foods you might not expect, such as soy sauce and some antacids.
6. Kosher salt and sea salt are just that–salt. Do not forget to include them in adding up your sodium intake daily.
7. No germ =less than 5mg per serving day
Low Sodium=140mg or less per serving day
See the idea of watching salt intake into our bodies is not suffering with water retention. Drinking a lot of water will actually help fluid retention.