« on: 21/05/2017 22:31:28 »
It really depends on what foods you are talking about. You have pure fresh food with no preservatives and no salts added those would qualify as no sodium.. I am not a scientist or Doctor but from experience know that there are certain diseases and or illnesses that cause your body to not be able to proseess the excess salt well because say your kidney function is not working properly.. and the fluid intake you are getting is being retained because of excess saly.. or at least I believe that's a issue with some people and my body tends to retain the as edema throughout my body. A while back months ago I gained 35 lbs in two days and was not able to illuminate it properly I was immediately put on higher doses of dieretics and watched closely to make sure that illumination took place. Now I was on dieretics already for heart failure but apparently my liquid intake compounded with my sodium over the two day period weigh in was more then my kidneys could process and the fluid was building up very quickly around my heart lungs legs hips hands.. etc.. I looked like a balloon and I was miserable as it made it hard to breath as well as hard for my heart to pump efficiently.. and my heart already struggles. So really It is all, important to consult a physician and definitely watch what kind of food you eat,, Canned foods and processed foods can be full of salts etc.. They were able to get my water weight off about as fast as it had accumulated so I was lucky and am very much more careful now because I know what can happen..
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