3. It can increase insulin resistance.
Studies have shown that when we don’t get enough sodium in our diet it can affect our insulin resistance. This means that our body won’t respond well to insulin and it could lead to higher blood sugar.
4. You might experience symptoms of dehydration.
When the sodium levels drop drastically in the blood, you might experience symptoms that are very similar to dehydration. So, you might have a dry mouth, feel dizzy, feel thirsty, and have less frequent trips to the bathroom.
5. You might start feeling nauseous.
Not eating salt can have a major impact on cholesterol levels. While this usually doesn’t have early symptoms, it can attack other parts of your body, including your heart. One of the symptoms that you might experience is nausea.
Do you follow a low sodium diet? Do you like salty food or not? Have you ever thought about completely removing salt from your diet, or maybe you have done it before?