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Department of Health, Ministry ทางเข้าsuperslot of Public Health Suggest Thai people to reduce eating salty and eat no more than 1 teaspoon of salt per day to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. He also warned that he should not mimic the habit of eating large amounts of salt, risk kidney disease, or potentially life threatening.
Eat salt, eat salt, risk disease.
Dr. Suwanchai, M.D. Wattana Yingcharoenchai Director-General of the Department of Health revealed that the consumption of salt or food that is too salty. As a result, the body has higher amounts of sodium required. The recommended intake of salt is no more than 1 teaspoon or 4 teaspoons of fish sauce per day.
Thai people are addicted to salt from ingredients, desserts, processed food
According to the 2020 survey, Thais consume 4,351.7 mg of sodium per day. It is twice as high as the World Health Organization recommends, resulting in an increasing number of Thai people suffering from hypertension, which the body normally receives sodium through diet. Especially table salt Add in the cooking process or salty seasonings such as fish sauce, soy sauce, seasoning sauces and sodium is also found in other compounds. That may not have a salty taste as well, such as MSG or baking powder. Various snacks, processed food, instant noodles
The dangers of getting too much sodium
Most Thai people have a habit of adding salt. Fish sauce or sauces in various foods Or put directly on food To enhance the taste of food This makes Thais at risk of getting more sodium than they need each day. Therefore having to excrete the excess sodium from the body Causing the kidneys to work harder and deteriorate faster
In addition, the exposure to high amounts of sodium for a long period of time. Affects the increase in blood pressure levels. It is the main cause of high blood pressure disease. Heart and blood vessels, kidneys, diabetes and paralysis can be paralysis, and if you eat only salt all at once. May result in kidney failure Or possibly even death
Easy ways to reduce salty eating
Thai people should adjust simple behavior as follows:
Always read the label before buying. Choose iodized salt.
Remove the condiments from the dining table.
Taste before every cook.
Training in the habit of not eating salty Reduce the consumption of various pickles.
Use herbal spices instead of seasonings.
Avoid eating processed foods such as salted fish sausage and pickles to reduce your risk of getting too much sodium.