"I actually hate the taste of salt and don't add it to my food when I cook. (except for baking, but it is very little and you need it for the reactions to take place) there is salt in food naturally so there is no need to add salt to food, and…"
"Personally, I love salt. I know that too much can have negative side effects, but I am a person who has low blood pressure, and salt helps me maintain a healthy balance of water in my body. Without it, I have less energy. I don't think salt…"
""Moderation is key"- I almost cried, I love when people realize this, haha. Just like people who rant and rave against fat, and those who do "carb-free" diets. We can't demonize nutrients just because so many take them in…"
"That is true. You can find websites condemning all types of foods. Salt is a good source of iodine- and iodine deficiency can cause goiters:
This was actually a HUGE problem back in the day, we were all just talking about this in chat haha.…"
"Salt it is absolutly necesary, BUT, in a very small amount, we just need a little bit of sodium but still, we need it. And yes, too many salt produce many diseases, because you take to much sodium and too little of other things (for example…"
"Any good chef will tell you that salt is key to food tasting good. In fact, it's as necessary in sweets as in savory. Humans do need some salt in their diets but the current Western diet has 100X more salt than we need for our organs to…"
"And now our wonderful King....uh, sorry, Mayor of 11 years has been viciously fighting against salt. Here's the extent to which he has been waging his crusade:
well this is officially super sketchy. I wonder why he said it? Maybe without…"
"Yes. Salt is necessary. If you don't have salt, you will die. And we only have a limited capacity for taste. Salt, sweet, sour, bitter, and umami. You cannot replace these with herbs. Most of our 'taste' experience is actually…"