STOP! Sprinkling salt over cooked food? 7 dangerous health issues

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Sprinkling salt over cooked food

Most of us add salt to food because it tastes bland, but raw salt may cause health problems. 

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Heath issues

The excess salt you sprinkle on your food is not easily absorbed by the body, creating an increase in systolic blood pressure levels.

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Blood pressure

Those with high blood pressure should avoid this technique.

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Heart disease

Eating too much salt can raise your blood pressure, increasing your risk of developing heart disease or having a stroke.

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Health issues

This explains why persons with hypertension should consume extremely little or no salt at all. They are also more likely to suffer cardiovascular disorders.

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Fluid retention

In some people, high salt causes fluid retention.

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