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From: Karl (
Subject:         Rather than add salt..
Date: August 17, 2009 at 6:31 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: How much salt are you using? posted by Rima on August 10, 2009 at 6:09 pm:

The way to go would be to add more tomatoes and celery into your diet. Both are great sources of natural sodium. Maybe that would help? Heck, it's worth a shot. But you wouldn't think you had a sodium deficiency since you eat a lot of veggies both raw and cooked. But who knows. But avoid table salt as that toxic chemical totally dehydrates the body.. Celery and tomatoes! hey, I just realized something.. The sodium/potassium balance. That's a critical balance that must be maintained to avoid dehydration.. Best source of potassium is fruits especially bananas.. A great hydrating drink is putting, say, 5-6 really ripe bananas in a powerful blender with a couple stalks of celery.. It's like a meal, though, so you must have an empty stomach. I actually do about 10 ripe bananas and celery in the morning before a marathon race.. Totally keeps me hydrated while all of my other competitors bodies are breaking down.

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