When it is impossible to salt

There are, however, cases requiring salt-restricted diets or diets with a very limited amount of salt. We have, for example, to exclude salt with such illnesses of kidneys, as anuria or inflammation of the renal glomeruli. Limit consumption of salt in the treatment of obesity, some diseases of the heart with edema, hypertension... (or is assigned a salt-free diet). Professor Edgar S. Gardon from the University of Wisconsin (USA) wrote in the journal of Geriatrics" (may 1974), devoted to the problems of old age: "Etiology of hypertension is still unknown, but factors of power, excess or shortage play a relatively small role compared with the huge role of the excess salt consumed. Just salt significantly increases blood pressure in many patients."
However, researchers from the University of Maryland (USA) confirm that in the same way as salt, there is a surplus of sugar, and scientists from Harvard (USA) and the surplus of meat. However, many scholars argue that as people and animals, and the lack of magnesium, calcium and zinc while excess cadmium in drinking water and in many food products of industrial production can cause a condition of severe hypertension.
So, less sugar, less meat, a limited amount of salt, and if salt, stone or sea!
How much salt?
Normal salt intake is from 5 to 15 grams per day per person, naturally healthy. Hypertensive patients recommend about 1 g of salt per day (if the doctor has not prescribed differently). In the summer heat, in the tropics or in heavy physical work, such as open hearth furnaces, i.e. in conditions when the body releases a lot of sweat, he needs more salt. The pot contains about 6 % salt (NaCl). During long and exhausting physical loads, for example in athletes during the competition, the loss of sweat can be up to 10 liters, along with up to 50 g NaCl and many other microelements. In such cases it is necessary to compensate the loss and to drink water not sweetened, and lightly salted, and rock salt.
Especially useful mineral water, rich in various microelements. In the world enjoys good reputation - and not only among athletes of the Soviet mineral water from Georgia under the name of "Borjomi", because it contains about 6 % of mineral elements: sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, chlorine, bromine, iodine, sulfur and many carbonic acid salts.
Pot is not just salt water. There are many other components, such as amino acids, urea, vitamins are water-soluble (mainly group), mineral salts. For example, 100 grams of pot can be up to 10 g of calcium, 45 or 50 mg of potassium, 49-166 mg of chlorine, etc., But iodine in the sweat of about 10 mcg per 1 liter Loss of 7 litres of sweat can mean the loss of the daily norm of this trace element. And it is the same with calcium (especially in the tropics), iron, magnesium, lithium, chromium. All this once again speaks in favor of salt, which consists not only of NaCl.
Everyone working at high temperatures, for example metallurgists, would have to receive food, rich in mineral elements, because a lot to lose them then. Poland has developed a recipe for baking bread with a high content of mineral salts. In addition, to compensate for the losses to metallurgists it is recommended to drink mineral water. In countries where food little magnesium, to develop methods of enrichment of bread with these minerals (or dolomite).
Our need for magnesium is approximately 600 mg, although it is often not enough, we have to raise the rate to 1200 mg At the same time, studies have shown 3. Dluzhnevskaya, we get from food on average, barely 200 mg a day of this element. Breadenriched with dolomite (calcium + magnesium), could remedy the lack of these elements in the human body and, in addition, serve as an antidote for poisoning with tin, and also to reduce the toxic effects of alcohol on the body.