The ingredient that's in almost everything we eat...
Researchers measured the activity of the monocytes in immune cells after participants ate a pizza.
They found that SALT disrupts the respiratory chain of cells - causing them to produce less ATP and consume less oxygen.
And while they found that immune cells don't function properly when there's a surge in salt levels in the blood, the researchers noted that it could have the same effect on other cells... which would explain why you could feel tired all the time...
The good news is that when they tested the blood after three and eight hours of eating the pizza. The effects were barely noticeable at eight hours - which means that the cells aren't affected permanently.
But if you have too much salt in your food every time you eat a meal or snack, you can imagine why you'd feel constantly tired and your immune responses are lower.
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How to tell if you could be affected by Adrenal Fatigue
• You feel tired or weak
• You need coffee to get going
in the mornings…
• Your daily tasks feel like hard work
• You feel like you’re not coping
(it’s all too much)…
• You struggle to concentrate
and don’t finish tasks…
• You feel irritable, anxious or depressed
• Get headaches
• Reduced interest
Feeling run down and drained all the time doesn’t have to be your normal state-of-being.
Unfortunately, it is for millions of people – all over the world – who just can’t seem to keep up anymore.
And there’s a very good explanation for this…
Researchers at numerous institutions, including Harvard University, Johns Hopkins and Stanford University identified that certain chemicals flick the ‘age switch’ on in people over 50, forcing them to slow down.
These chemicals gradually build up in your bloodstream over time as you age.
Until one day the switch finally flicks causing your metabolism to drag along at snail’s pace, dropping your oxygen levels and dipping your hormones until they’re practically undetectable.
But it doesn't have to be that way!
The answer to restoring your youthful energy is as easy as 1-2-3… Full details here…
Hidden salt in food
So while you have much control over how much salt you add to your food, if you eat processed or packaged foods, chances are, you're having too much salt.
These are some of the surprising food items that contain salt:
* Salad dressing
* Canned vegetables and other foods
* Fizzy drinks
When you add the salt content in everything you eat, it's a lot.
On average people eat around 3.4g of salt per day while the recommended intake is 2.3g per day (about one teaspoon full of salt).
Cut out as many processed and packaged foods as possible and you'll automatically reduce your salt intake.
You'll feel more energised and your immune system
will be stronger.