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Sodium Fun Facts

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Sodium is a mineral that is commonly added to commerical foods for extra flavor. The FDA estimates that 70% of Americans' sodium intake comes from commerical foods.
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The FDA recommends 2,300mg of sodium per day, but the average intake is about 3,400mg/day. Too much sodium can cause an increased risk of health issues.
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If you are trying to restrict your sodium intake, you should focus on whole foods that are naturally low-sodium like fresh fruits and vegetables. As a general rule, processed, canned, cured, smoked, or salted foods are higher in sodium.
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Sodium is a chemical element, whose symbol is Na, from the Latin word natrium. Natrium is also the German word for sodium.
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Humans need sodium, because it helps regulate blood pressure. Too much sodium, however, can increase the risk of high blood pressure.
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Beets are a healthy source of sodium, whether they are raw or cooked. Beets are a low-calorie food, but have an incredible nutrient profile. They contain a little of nearly all the nutrients you need.
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Sodium is an electrolyte that is very important to humam health. We more commonly refer to it as "salt."
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Low blood pressure is a symptom of sodium deficiency. Sodium helps regulate the heart's regular contractions, and helps keep blood pressure at normal levels.
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Sunstroke is made worse by the reduction in salt and water in the body. Sodium can prevent sunstroke, because it replaces the lost electrolytes.
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For thousands of years, people have used sodium to preserve food. It was so precious that it was one of the first items every traded between peoples.