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The Salt Solution Helps You Lose Weight By Reducing Sodium

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The Salt Solution Book CoverSodium is necessary to many bodily functions, but most Americans eat two to three times more than the recommended daily allowance. Unless you suffer from low blood pressure, your weight loss plan would probably benefit from a reduction in salt. The Salt Solution by Heather K. Jones is a six week plan that will help you reset your taste buds. By lowering your sodium, you can also lose weight and boost your metabolism.

The program begins with a two week cleanse, which removes all artificial ingredients from your diet. The next four weeks increases your caloric intake somewhat, and you will eat four 300 calorie meals each day. The book will also help you understand how sodium affects the body, so that you can continue to eat a low sodium diet after the six week program is over.

The Salt Solution mostly focuses on diet, however the book also discusses the befits of exercise. Jones recommends a walking workout, which is ideal for people who are starting with a low level of physical fitness. However, those who are more active will need a more intense exercise regimen.

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March 1st, 2011