6126Re: brain fog
- Jun 9, 2001I know I may sound like a broken record but for me
freshly ground flax seed daily has been a great help
with my occasional mild depression, without side
I am curious about the salt minimum tho.
"It is never a very good idea to completely give up
salt.5 gm salt every day (one flatenned teaspoon full)
is your minimun requirement and it wont upset your BP.
Dr Sharat C Misra MD, DM"
I don't eat many prepared foods (potato chips many 3
or 4 times a year, for instance), nothing with blood
in it, and we don't cook with salt. I am fairly
certain there are many days or weeks at a time I don't
get that flattened teaspoon of salt. Two questions:
Is there some symptom of salt deficiency I would
notice myself? What should I be looking for? (Okay,
so I am only counting that as one question :-)
Is it the salt itself that is needed or the sodium?
If so, could I be getting enough sodium through diet?
I do use Braggs Liquid Aminos instead of salt, and
that does say it has some naturally occuring sodium.
I am sure other foods also have high sodium levels.
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