Why Is Sodium Important?


Sodium is important because it maintains the water balance within cells. It is also important in the function of both nerve impulses and muscles. Table salt is made up of 40 percent sodium and 60 percent chloride.
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In our bodies, sodium is an important substance that keeps pressure balanced between the outside and inside of our cells. It is also important for nutrition of some animals.
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