1 Mineral for a Flatter Stomach in Just Hours! Dr. Mandell

Have you ever wondered why you sometimes feel bloated after a meal even when you didn’t stuff yourself? Certain foods and drinks — or the ingredients in them — can cause you to feel more bloated than others.

The American Heart Association (AHA) recommends a maximum intake of 2,300 milligrams of sodium per day, and notes that 1,500 milligrams per day would be ideal for most adults. However, the AHA says on average, Americans consume over 3,400 milligrams of sodium each day, with 70 percent of it coming from packaged foods. If you go overboard on the sodium your body will bloat retaining fluids in the cells and increased weight gain.

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  • @alan_yong says:

    🎯 Key Takeaways for quick navigation:

    00:12 *💧Reducing Bloating with Water and High-Water Content Foods*
    – Drinking 8 to 12 cups of water a day helps flush out sodium, reducing bloating.
    – Consuming fruits and vegetables with high water content aids in sodium elimination.
    – Excess sodium can increase blood pressure and risk of heart attack and stroke.
    01:49 *🍌Balancing Sodium and Potassium Levels*
    – High sodium levels indicate low potassium levels; balancing both is crucial.
    – Foods rich in potassium include avocados, sweet potatoes, bananas, and more.
    – Lowering sodium intake while increasing potassium-rich foods aids in reducing bloating and fluid retention.
    03:13 *🥦Maintaining Overall Health for Bloating Reduction*
    – Adopting a healthy lifestyle with fresh foods, regular exercise, and adequate sleep is essential.
    – Avoiding processed and refined foods helps in reducing hidden sodium intake.
    – Reading food labels and making informed dietary choices contribute to positive changes in health.

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  • @williamevans6522 says:

    This is true for plants, as well.

    When soil is high in sodium /low in potassium the plant cells can burst( warm weather is needed).
    It will look as if a frost hit the night before, or the plant needs water. Just very wilted appearance. All the ” balloons”( cells) burst due to bloating.

    Supplemental potassium fertilizer can save it if the imbalance isn’t too extreme.

  • @AmandathePandaBooks says:

    Bananas bananas bananas!! And water, charcoal tablets, and herbal teas!!

  • @UmmBinat says:

    Dehydration is a serious issue for so many health problems!

  • @tinacox9526 says:

    Awesome info video my hubby has CHF and I watch his sodium and doing keto lifestyle thanks for sharing

  • @dontcrybean says:

    Excellent advice ❤

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