, author: Ermakova M.

The nutritionist called the most insidious spice

Its frequent use is addictive.

The daily intake of salt, according to WHO recommendations, is 5 g. However, this amount is often exceeded many times over. Nutritionist Natalya Kruglova spoke about the insidiousness of edible salt:

"Salt can be addictive, but not chemically, <...> but gustatory ... A person begins to like only salty food," she explained, adding that people who were accustomed to salty foods in early childhood, during their later life get into the habit of adding large amounts of this flavor enhancer to their meals.

The expert noted that it is not necessary to drastically abandon the usual seasoning. Reduce cravings for salt will help reduce its amount in the diet, as well as its partial replacement with other seasonings.

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