Why Do We Need Salt?

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Salt is important to a person's health since it provides iodine which maintains the fluid in our blood cells. Iodine is also aids in the transmission of information in the nerves and muscles. Inadequate intake of salts can result in goiter.
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First of all, you should realize that salt is an electrolyte that every person must have. In the body it works to balance the liquid that is present in all cells.
We need salt in our bodies because salt is an electrolyte and electrolytes help carry electrical signals through cell membranes, delivering nutrients and taking away excess waste and water.
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