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Did you know that your daily salt intake is closely related to whether you develop high blood pressure? Too much salt is an important risk factor for high blood pressure. The World Health Organization advocates a daily salt intake of 5-6 grams per person and a healthy and light diet.
Eat less salted and high-sodium foods
Sodium in table salt is an important substance to maintain metabolism, and too low sodium will lead to physiological and metabolic disorders. However, excessive intake of salt can lead to diseases. Therefore, the World Health Organization proposes a recommendation of 6 grams of salt intake per person per day. In 2006, the salt intake was changed to 5 grams.
How much is 5-6 grams of salt? It is the amount of salt that a common beer bottle cap fills one cap.
These salts are either added to our food by ourselves, or added by food companies to the food they produce, and then become the food on our table. Therefore, the public should eat food selectively and avoid excessive salt intake.
For example, the general public should eat less pickled food, such as sauce, pickles, bacon, bacon, luncheon meat, sausage, hot dog, etc.; Eat less salty fast food, such as hamburgers, fried potatoes, etc.; eat less breaded, fried, smoked, canned, and salted fish; pay attention to salty drinks, etc.
In addition to high salt content in preserved foods, cooked meat products, fast food and snacks, there are also a lot of "hidden" salt in condiments such as monosodium glutamate, soy sauce, tomato sauce, sweet bean sauce, yellow sauce, hot sauce and fermented bean curd. Therefore, cooking food When cooking, it is best to season with vinegar, sesame paste, curry, cooking wine, and spices, and add garlic, ginger, onion, and pepper to enhance the flavor.
Eat more fresh vegetables and fruits, exercise more
For nutrients that support a healthy blood pressure and heart, choose fresh vegetables, fruits, legumes, mushrooms, whole grains, and fat-free or low-fat dairy products.
Foods that are rich in nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, and cellulose, and low in calories can be called nutritious foods. For example, vegetables and fruits contain a lot of vitamins, minerals, and cellulose, and are low in calories. Eating a variety of fresh vegetables and fruits can help control weight and lower blood pressure; fruits and vegetables such as apples, bananas, cucumbers, and celery are low in sodium and potassium. It is also good for lowering blood pressure; coarsely processed whole grain foods are rich in cellulose, which helps to lower cholesterol and increase satiety, which is good for weight maintenance.
Elevated blood pressure is closely related to weight gain, and a change in body weight of 5 kg is enough to cause significant changes in blood pressure. Therefore, in addition to restricting diet to maintain weight, the amount and intensity of physical activity should be increased to match the calories consumed. Adults should insist on physical activity for at least 30 minutes every day or most of the days. If you can't do 30 minutes, 10 minutes of exercise is also advisable. Exercise is great medicine for relaxing the mind, which also lowers blood pressure.
Smartwatches equipped with health tracking features can help individuals monitor their lifestyle choices such as exercise and water consumption. Users can arrange their lives more reasonably by viewing various physical data monitored by smart watches.