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Old 07-19-2015, 12:41 PM   #1
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So much confusion goes on with the need or non-need of sodium in our bodies.

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my best friend lectures me on salt (skinny lil thang). I read that sea salt is very good - comes in a grinder for easy use. don't buy anything more that 500 mg. salt. usually can buy a low sodium version for soup. brainy
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my best friend lectures me on salt (skinny lil thang). I read that sea salt is very good - comes in a grinder for easy use. don't buy anything more that 500 mg. salt. usually can buy a low sodium version for soup. brainy
I have a grinder bottle of sea salt. Though I mostly use it for flavoring soups scrambled eggs 😀 and a few other select things.
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Talking I get to eat salt which makes me happy

I've loved salt all my life.

Since chemo treatments 4 years ago my salt stays at low normal or just below from 135 down to 130. I have no idea if the chemo had anything to do with it but that is when the doctors starting testing for it and have tested ever since.

I do drink quite a lot of liquid during the day and I guess that could be some of it.

Doc says to 'salt it up'.

My mom's salt tumbled to 115/119 about 10 years ago and we had to admit her to the hospital. Scared me to death. She's now on 1 Lasix 2 times a day and along with each of those she takes 2 Thermatabs (salt pills). Craziest thing I had ever heard at the time but the doctor said it's the only way to control her salt....something about the Lasix clears all the fluid out and then the salt pills replenish the salt.

Has anyone here ever tried to find salt pills ? I can only find one drug store that carries them and they have to order them just for my mom. lol....cause most people need to lower their salt.

Just wanted to share.

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