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I heard lemon juice in water helps the liver. I have bottled lemon juice that contains some sodium bisulfite and sodium benzoate. Is this ok to use?
Lemon juice: I am not aware of the fact of lemon juice helping the liver. There are tons of claims made but not a signle one substantiated. ...Read more
2.4Gm/day: 2.4g/day-ideally 1.5g/day!Get a more detailed answer ›
Many causes: Hormone problems, sometimes related to infections, cancer, lung, heart or liver problems can cause the kidneys to retain extra water and dilute the sodium in the blood. Sometimes medications, or extreme drinking of water can lower sodium, too. Keep in mind that high sugar, cholesterol and protein levels can make the sodium seem low when it is really normal. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Low or high sodium: Neither a how or low sodium (s) level is good. High s occurs when one losses water in excess of s. Dehydration is an example of this. Low s occurs when there is a loss of s in the urine, from diuretics, for example. Another form of low s is when patients are retaining fluid. This is caused by the same amount of s in an increased volume of water. Both high and low s are abnormal and neither if good. ...Read more
Why would U so think: Fiber, of both water soluble and water insoluble variety, provides health benefits. Fiber accelerates how quickly food transits through the gut. Fiber adds bulk to stool and improves bowel regularity. Fiber can be used as an adjunct to weight loss by filling you up without excess calories, and in so doing restricting fat intake. But too much fiber can make you gassy and increase stool volume. ...Read more
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