The human body itself regulates the intake of salt


15/04/2013

The scientists from the United States in the new study has found that the human body is capable of detecting an excessive amount of salt in food alone. Too salty food for a person simply becomes extremely unpleasant to the taste.

Experts attribute this to the fact that in humans there is a kind of warning system alerts you to constantly threatening the health of the amount of salt contained in certain foods.

U.S. researchers found in the human gustatory channels that transmit a signal to the brain that food is consumed too salty or too bitter, thus preventing the possible unpleasant consequences for the health of excessive salt intake.

Thus, using the taste buds human body determines acceptable salt content in food.


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