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.DIET SALT

People suffering from hypertension may reduce their consumption of salt without having to sacrifice flavor. The relationship between excessive consumption of common salt in people’s diet and hypertension has been known for years.

Now, finally, we can control this problem without having to sacrifice
thetaste of food. It is not about eating without salt, it is about eating salt in a different way.

Sodium, more necessary than bread.
Our organism needs sodium to function properly. When there is a large sodium deficit, the symptoms may range from simple vomiting to serious kidney failure.

Salt? Yes. But less of it.
Controlling the use of salt is fundamental for a healthy diet. In addition, reducing salt intake prevents the accumulation of liquids in the body which subject the heart to making an extra effort and is the simplest way, in some cases, of maintaining normal blood pressure levels.
In general, it is advisable to avoid sodium rich foods such as sausages, ham, pork, shellfish, cheeses, olives, sauces and canned or pre-cooked foods.
It is important to keep in mind that all foods, in different proportions, naturally contain determined amounts of salt.

Hypertension: a problem that affects 9,000,000 people.

Half of the 9 million people who suffer from hypertension in this country are unaware of their condition. And only half of the remaining 4,500,000 actually seek medical treatment for their condition which is crucial in reducing hypertension risks to a minimum.
Brusque blood pressure alterations can be avoided by reducing fatigue, anxiety, emotional stress and by eating a healthy diet along with carrying out a light exercise routine.

Seasoning with a lot of flavor.
Now there is a Sodium FreeDIET SALT developed by the Dharam Singh laboratories, that has all the taste of common salt and which can be used to season all kinds of dishes. These salts are flavored with spices such as pepper; with dehydrated natural vegetables such as garlic, onion and celery; or with cheese. It is also available in an unflavored version.
All of them are now available in the new 70 gram pack.

Sodium Free DIET SALT with Potassium.
This salt contains potassium and an additional amount of magnesium.
Thanks to its formula, it can advantageously replace common table salt.
Its sodium free content contributes to the control and prevention of hypertension with the exception of patients who are undergoing diuretic or so-called potassium saver treatments. The inclusion of magnesium is important in that magnesium plays an important role in the activity of sodium and potassium in the body. That is why the proper Sodium Free DIET SALT favors a balanced diet and is beneficial in the control of hypertension.
And now you can also choose our exclusive SODIUM FREE SOY SAUCE.

.SAL MODIFICADA

+ potassium - sodium
Do you have any idea of how difficult it is to begin to live a healthier life?
Fortunately for you, it is not difficult at all.
A healthy life begins when one has the possibility of reducing and controlling a disease suffered by men and women like you all over the world: hypertension. This disease is generally "invisible" and "asymptomatic". Unfortunately, when a symptom appears to tell us of its existence, it is already too late to take preventive measures. This is the reason why we are presenting today's formula for every day prevention: GELLSINGH MODIFIED SALT with 70% POTASSIUM AND 30% SODIUM.

This product offers the ideal content percentages, because i
t has a lower percentage of sodium (as it is indispensable for our organism) and a higher percentage of potassium, a mineral which is scarcely consumed in our regular diets but which is of vital importance to our nutrition.

Salt is the most important risk factor for hypertension.
Though sodium is a mineral which is indispensable for life, our body receives much more than it needs of it on a daily basis. National and international health organizations suggest a maximum consumption of 2 grams of sodium per day for adults.

Almost all foods have some sodium content. For example, look at the
sodium content for every 100 grams of the following foods:

Cheese: 700mg.
Ham: 1.100mg.
Crackers: 200/100mg.
Butter: 1.000mg.
Instant soups: 5.000mg.
White bread: 511mg.
Hot dogs: 1.100mg.
Canned tuna: 800mg.
Salted peanuts: 460mg.
Potato chips: 340mg.
Margarine: 1.100mg.
Candy: 200mg.

Reducing fatigue, anxiety, emotional stress and eating a healthy diet along with carrying out a light exercise routine are all contributors to the prevention of hypertension.

Seasoning with a lot of flavor! GELL SINGH Light Salt offers you delicious flavored varieties which will make your meals a favorite dish. You may choose one of 3 different flavors: Pepper, Lemon and Cheese; as well as our non flavored alternative. GELL SINGH "Light Salt" opens up a whole new dimension in your quality of life. It is the new alternative. It is totally natural and with a reduced sodium content. Specially formulated for those who are seeking a healthy lifestyle.

.SOY SAUCE 0% sodium

As you well know...
The relationship between excessive consumption of common salt in people's diet and hypertension has been known for years.
Now, finally, we can control this problem without having to sacrifice the taste of food by adding our Diet Soy Sauce, 0% sodium.

A bit of history...
Soy sauce is a condiment of oriental origin which has been extensively used to season traditional dishes in Japan, China and Indonesia. It is a very special condiment, however, in that its high protein content also make it an important source of nourishment. This protein is derived from one of soy sauce's main ingredients: The soy bean.

Now the new part...
Something new has appeared... and that is the development of the same soy sauce but without the added salt. From now on, people who were watching their salt intake or who had salt taken out of their diets, can add this novel product to their table to help them season their foods with an extra added value: A lot of protein.

More information
Salt is the most important risk factor for hypertension.
Though sodium is a mineral which is indispensable for life, our body receives much more than it needs of it on a daily basis. National and international health organizations suggest a maximum consumption of 2 grams of sodium per day for adults.

Almost all foods contain some sodium content. For example, look at the
sodium content for every 100grams of the following foods:

Cheese: 700mg.
Ham: 1.100mg.
Crackers: 200/100mg.
Butter: 1.000mg.
Instant soups: 5.000mg.
White bread: 11mg.
Hot dogs: 1.100mg.
Canned tuna: 800mg.
Salted peanuts: 460mg.
Potato chips: 340mg.
Margarine: 1.100mg.
Candy: 200mg.

Reducing fatigue, anxiety, emotional stress.
and eating a healthy diet along with carrying out a light exercise routine are all contributors to the prevention of hypertension.
A salt free diet is a pleasant way of controlling hypertension, particularly when it is begun reasonably early.

.SEAWEED

Seaweed
It is very healthy to include seaweed in your diet given that they are rich in vitamins and minerals. NORI contains 35% protein, phosphorus, sodium and Vitamin A. It is very helpful for circulatory problems, hair fall-out, etc. It contributes to a more natural and nourishing diet.

SEASONING SAUCE
3 tablespoons of ground seaweed
1 large onion
1 bell pepper
1 tooth of garlic
2 tablespoons of oil
Soy Sauce Gell Singh (desired amount)
and/or Gell Singh Sea salt
1 Cup of broth
Oregano (desired amount)

PREPARATION
Chop the onion and the bell pepper, mince the garlic tooth. Place in a pan with the oil and sauteé. Add broth and allow to simmer for 15 minutes. Add the oregano, soy sauce and sea salt. Add the seaweed and allow to rest for 5 minutes. This sauce is great for rice, vegetables, cereals, pasta, etc.

MIXED SEAWEED
30 gr. Of dry seaweed
1 Tablespoon hot bean paste
1 Tablespoon of powdered sweet pepper
1/2 Tablespoon of Gell Singh Sea salt
2 Tablespoons of sugar
2 Tablespoons of organic sesame
1 Tablespoon de minced garlic
1 Tablespoon de vinegar

PREPARATION
Soak the dry seaweed in lukewarm water during five minutes, then drain.
Add the rest of the ingredients and mix thoroughly.

HOT SOUP
30 gr. Of dry seaweed
10 cups of water
4 Tablespoons of Gell Singh Soy Sauce
1/2 Tablespoon of Gell Singh Sea salt
1 Tablespoon of minced garlic

PREPARATION
Add some spice or condiment (garlic, onion, bell pepper, etc) to the vegetable or soy bean broth, as you prefer. Boil.
Add the prepared water, the soy sauce and the garlic. Allow to boil for another 5 minutes.

 
 
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