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Be wary of high-salt foods in your daily diet

Be wary of high-salt foods in your daily diet

Introduction: Salt is an essential condiment in daily life. It can make meals more delicious and delicious, and it can supplement our body with certain sodium elements.

However, eating too much salt is not good for the body.

Modern health concepts tell us that we should eat low-salt foods in our daily diet, which is good for our health.

However, there are some foods in life that seem to have nothing to do with salt, but in fact they are all “high-salt households.”

Let’s take a look with the editor.

  1.

Two slices of white bread and half white flour contain more than 600 mg of sodium.

If you apply peanut butter again, it’s hard to overdo it.

Moreover, the more cream such as chocolate bread, pineapple bread, and sourdough bread, the more sodium-containing ones.

Solution: May choose multi-grain bread. Although the sodium content is high, the potassium is also high, and there are high-quality nutrients such as fiber and phytochemicals.

  2.

Breakfast cereal breakfast cereals are a healthy breakfast for too many people.

The survey found that half of the 14 varieties of breakfast cereals on the market reached the British high salt standard, and some as high as 1030 mg.

Solution: When you look at the label when you buy, some brands reduce the sodium content, and the interval is more than 10 times.

  3.

Lemon sandwich biscuits have more than 700 milligrams of sodium per 100 grams due to the addition of additives during the production process.

Chocolate sandwich biscuits also have more than 500 mg.

Solution: Fruit, boiled corn or yogurt are healthier snacks, raisins or dried cranberries can also be considered.

  4.

Many jelly advertised low-transient snacks, like jelly, contain about 200 milligrams of sodium.

Solution: Read the nutrition label carefully before buying.

  5,

Sports drink A 600 ml can of sports drink may contain 252 mg of sodium.

Solution: No sports drink is needed unless you exercise continuously or sweat a lot.

  6.

Fruit and vegetable juice Some fruit and vegetable juices are added with salt during processing to increase flavor. A bottle may contain 162 mg of sodium.

Solution: White water is the best drink, or choose a low sodium drink.

  7.

Oden soup in a half bowl of 300 grams of Oden soup may contain up to 615 mg of sodium.

In fact, the sodium content of my own soup is too much.

Solution: Try to make soup with fresh ingredients.

Or pour 6 grams of salt into five times the water to dissolve. When cooking, you can only use up at most these seasonings to season.

When eating out, try not to drink soup, especially too salty or too sweet soup.

  8.

Staple food, such as bibimbap, noodles and other main foods, usually add a lot of sauces, and it is easy to eat too much sodium.

Solution: It is best to eat staple food with oil and salt, so as not to develop the habit of heavy taste.

  9.

Cold noodles According to a survey by the Department of Health, many cold noodles on the market are almost always added with baking soda to increase flexibility.
Baking soda contains a lot of sodium, and hemp sauce itself is also very high in sodium, which results in that the sodium content of each bowl of cold noodles is equivalent to half the sodium absorption in a day.
Solution: When cooking noodles with elasticity and toughness, you can add continuous to let the sodium dissolve out.

Hemp sauce is reduced to half.