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Old 04-20-2011, 03:54 AM   #1
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salt problem

hi gang

i have this problem with salt..when i eat say chicken chow main and it needs a little salt i cant really taste the salt until i put in way too much and it gets me
very nervous and my heart starts beating fast..i know the answer is less salt
but how can i do this with losing the taste of the food.any suggestions?thanks

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Old 04-20-2011, 04:24 AM   #2
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Re: salt problem

hi
theres actually a himalayian brand salt?lol..ok ill give these a try.thanks..

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Re: salt problem

Try Maldon's Sea Salt Flakes. Large flakes and less sodium than regular salt.

 
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thanks guys..

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Re: salt problem

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... and it gets me very nervous and my heart starts beating fast..i know the answer is less salt
Sounds like the excess salt could be putting stress on your heart. Chicken Chow Main already contains mountains of sodium and other additives.

One of the main electrical channels of the heart is the sodium channel. By loading up your system with excess sodium, it possibly could be causing a circuit overload of your heart's sodium channel. Probably not the safest or healthiest thing to do.
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Old 05-08-2011, 10:24 PM   #6
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Re: salt problem

You can Try an unprocessed saline for example Real Salt, Celtic Salt, or my very well liked Himalayan Salt. These salts are really healthy you and won't lead to toxicity that is affiliated with Mortons salt.

 
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