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But did you know it also has many other benefits? Here’s why salt is important for your body.
Sodium chloride (commonly known as table salt) a mineral found naturally in soil and sea water. Used by plants and animals to regulate the osmotic pressure of fluids within cells. In humans, sodium chloride is required for normal muscle contraction, nerve conduction, and blood volume regulation.

It keeps blood pressure under control.
High levels of sodium in the body can lead to high blood pressure. This condition called hypertension. Hypertension is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. According to the World Health Organization, more than 1 billion people suffer from hypertension.

It helps prevent heart disease.
Sodium chloride (commonly known as salt) is an electrolyte found naturally in foods such as meat, fish, vegetables, dairy products, and eggs. It also occurs naturally in seawater. In addition to its role in maintaining fluid balance, salt plays a vital role in the function of nerves, muscles, and glands.

It improves digestion.
A diet high in sodium linked with increased blood pressure, lead to cardiovascular diseases. However, research suggests that people who consume less than 2 grams of sodium per day do not appear to suffer any ill effects.

It helps keep bones strong.
Sodium electrolyte found naturally in saltwater. It is also present in foods such as meat, poultry, fish, dairy products, eggs, and vegetables. In addition to helping regulate body fluids, sodium plays a role in maintaining muscle tone and nerve function.

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