ملح الصوديوم: انظر لما هو أبعد من المملحة

By Mayo Clinic Staff

إذا كنت مثل الكثيرين، فستجد أن القدر الأكبر من الصوديوم الموجود في نظامك الغذائي يأتي من الأطعمة المعالجة وسابقة التجهيز، مثل الخضروات المعلبة والحساء واللحوم المحفوظة والأطعمة المجمدة. تعد التوابل مصدرًا رئيسيًا آخر للصوديوم. ملعقة كبيرة من صوص الصويا، على سبيل المثال، تحتوي على كمية كبيرة من الصوديوم تبلغ نحو 1000 ميليغرام. لتقليل كمية الصوديوم في نظامك الغذائي، تناول المزيد من الأطعمة الطازجة والقليل من الأطعمة المعالجة.

02/07/2019 انظر المزيد من التفاصيل الشاملة

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