Asked by hadenjosh7900044400 on October 22, 2015
Salt was a direct connection with weight gain
With a lot of consumption directly related to obesity salt. So we should pay attention to salt Dieter cantinas.
The study, published in the journal Hypertension showed that the addition of a gram of salt in the daily supply of 28 percent higher risk of exposure of children overweight and obese. In adults, the figure was 26 percent.
The researchers said this was the first study that showed just salt and contact obesity. Previous studies have references to the same question that has been obtained.
Contact seems logical. If you eat salty foods, begin to feel thirsty. If you drink Janos sweetened beverages, and you have the extra calories that accumulate in the body of his extra kilos.
For researchers, this explanation is not enough, but they are looking to be a connection between the weight of salt and increased cellular level. A rich salt can increase the amount of water in the body, which appears in instrument readings. A rich salt can also change the fat intake in the body’s ability to deal with it.
The researchers point out that if someone wants to lose weight with GC FIT 360, you should pay special attention to the type of food consumed outside the home. Local food is easy to reduce the amount of salt but restaurants and convenience foods may not provide a lot of salt.
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