Posts Tagged ‘real salt’

Posts Tagged ‘real salt’

The diabetes disease occurs when the insulin enzyme produced by pancreas is not function effectively. When the effectiveness of insulin reduced, sugar in the blood stream will be absorbed easily by the cells and ensuing it to accumulate. The accumulation of it will develop serious illness to our health level.

In this fast new world, foods that we are taken every day will be the benchmark of our health. It is because food is the main energy sources. Importantly, either we are the diabetic or not, we should take a serious planning meal in order to prevent or to cure it.

There are several foods that must be avoided if you are diabetic patient. Firstly, make sure all foods in the meal plan is low in fat, low in sugar, high in fiber and low in salt. Then, avoid the foods that rich in sugar. Seriously avoid food such as ice cream, chocolate, artificial sweetener, etc. ‘SAYS NO’ to high cholesterol food such as eggs yolk, poultry products, high fat dairy product, etc. Lastly, if you are love-fried food, try to avoid it because it increases the present of bad cholesterol. If you still insist of it, fry it in olive oil. This will be much better choice.

This way only will success if you have a very high motivation and a good morale support around you. So, inform the ones you love that already make a good plan and a good food choice. Then, follow the plan. Good luck!

Salt or scientifically known as Sodium chloride is one of component that still need to be included in our daily diet in small portion. We can get it naturally in fruits and vegetables such as tomatoes, asparagus, spinach, radishes, carrots and strawberries.

It commonly used as preservative and to enhance food taste. However, if too much salt in our daily intake, it will cause problems such as hinder digestion of food and irritate the stomach. More than that, it can increase some kind of high risk disease such as heart disease, kidney failure, stroke, hypertension and osteoporosis. We can call it “salt dangers“.

We can conclude that salt is good in body fluid balance and maintaining blood pressure meanwhile excess salt can cause stroke, heart disease, kidney failure and so on. Our body will thanks us later if we beware of it!