Reduce Your Salt Intake and Be Slim

sasikrishna By sasikrishna, 22nd Feb 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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This article explains about how less salt intake will reduce obesity.

Less Salt for Weight Loss

Salt contains sodium. The suggested measurement of daily intake per person is 2300 millgram per day, but today’s fast foods and other junk foods contain nearly 4800 milligram or more salts in them. These added salt gives more taste to their food and so the owner of the shop earns more money, but the eater earns more weight. One tablespoon full of salt is enough for a day for a person and this is calculated approximately 2600 milligram. So, one person with the idea of reducing weight should reduce intake of salt.

It is recommended to drink more water to uphold metabolism in the body and that will help to reduce weight. You know one thing, whenever one takes more salt he would get more thirst after sometime of his consumptions of salt and so he drinks more water and it gives an urge to urinate frequently and so loses needed minerals, and this will affect the normal metabolism.

The good tip to reduce weight is to drink more water. Exercising is also a good habit to burn more fat in the body. Obese person who should not only exercise, but also follow a well-knit planned diet in accompaniment with it and this will give more fruitful results. The diet plan should not miss any essential ingredients and diet regimen should include all the basic requirements, such as vitamins, minerals, protein, carbohydrate, and others. We can see some advertisements that some when some supplements are taken, weight will be reduced, yes, in fact, but once the user stops to use that medicine, weight will get back their lost weight and so it will not give permanent resolution to the obesity problem.

It is concluded that intake of less salt, intake of more water, and good dietary plan with exercise are the three essential things that will surely give a solution to the obesity.

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