Excessive salt causes a loss of potassium and can lead to a drop in blood sugar. Salt can cause High blood pressure, water retention, heartburn. The obese can easily lose five to ten pounds in a few days by cutting out the salt
Foods high in sodium are:soy sauce, bread, anchovies, most canned vegetables, shrimp, scallops,lobster Worcestershire sauce, cereal, caviar, beets baking powder, cake, herring, sauerkraut baking soda, potato chips, lobster, bouillon cubes, pretzels, sardines, popcorn shrimp
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Salt retains body fluids and up blood pressure and cholesterol. Foods like soy sauce, ketchup, and bottled salad dressing, bacon, hot dogs, pickles and frozen food entrees all contain salt. If you’re lucky enough to find “no salt added” versions of canned beans canned peas, tomatoes buy those. I find that Walmart's brand "Great Value" are most low in salt and sugar. Be kind to your heart ...you only have one! Take the Salt shaker off the table.
Avocado contain fiber to help slow down blood sugar increases when added to a meal.Eat small slices of avocado through the day to balance blood sugar. Cherries are also foods that lower blood sugar. Avoid starchy vegetables such as potatoes, parsnips, squash, and go easy with carrots, beans, peas and beets. Canned Sweet Corn has a high sugar content and makes your blood sugar rise. Onions the sulfur in 2 ounces per day can stimulate the pancreas and reduce insulin levels
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