What would you like to do?
as much as ur body will take without dieing
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A lack of sodium is just as bad for a person as too much sodium. The body needs salt. I think you should keep it at around 2,000 mg a day.
the gda for women is 6g.
Now, the recommended daily intake of sodium chloride is 2,5-5 g.
The recommended daily intake is 2,5-5 g salt. Various persons have a different sensitivity to salt.
It depends. Michael Phelps eats 12,000 calories. My friend eats barely anything at all.
About 6 grams, depending on size and health status.
not more than 2300 milligrams per day
As little as possible. The FDA daily recommended value for an average person is 2300. A person with diabetes should aim to keep their intake below half of that value.
The recommended daily intake of sodium chloride is now 2,5-5 g.
Mainly it'll raise their blood pressure.
2300 milligrams for a healthy adult
According to Jorge Cruise, author of Belly Fat Cure, 15 grams maxium of sugar per day.
Sodium or commonly known as salt is mostly contained in every day foods so therefore you are more than likely to get your 'dose'. Be more concerned that you don't add extra sa…lt to foods that may already contain high amounts of salt. Salt is best taken if you need to take it at all in very,very tiny amounts. Hope this helps.
6 Grams of salt is recommended for an adult a day
A one to three years old child should be getting 500mg calcium per day which is about 2 servings of milk. A four to eight years old child should be getting 800mg calcium pe…r day which is about 3 servings of milk and a nine to eighteen years old teen should be getting 1300mg calcium per day which is about 4 servings of milk