- Low salt Diet
- Himalaya salt
- Potassium choride
- Potassium citrate
- Sodium choride
- Magnesium choride
- Calcium carbonate
- Bamboo resin powder (Bambusa arundinaceae) with 50% silicon
Kiros Kalium. Is a substitute for normal low-sodium table salt. It is therefore a dietary salt, indicated in all those medical conditions requiring a reduction in the dietary intake of sodium. A low-sodium diet can be prescribed by a doctor or nutritionist: for the dietary treatment of arterial hypertension for the treatment of edematous conditions (excessive water retention or edema caused by heart, liver or kidney disease). In similar circumstances the use of Kiros Kalium in place of common salt may be indicated, both raw and during cooking of any type of food.
Kiros Kalium contains about 60% less sodium than common table salt, which is contrasted by a high potassium content of 2018 mg for serving (instead absent in cooking salt).The increased potassium intake can help reduce blood pressure and increase urinary sodium excretion, with a reflex effect of lowering blood pressure. Kiros Kalium contains of Himalayas Crystal Salt with 84 natural minerals and elements. This form of salt has also been maturing over the past 250 million years under intense tectonic pressure, with zero exposure to toxins and impurities.
Table salt is composed of 97.5% sodium chloride and 2.5% chemicals like iodine and absorbents, and sugar and is void of nutritional value, lacking beneficial trace minerals. The body cannot dispose of it in a natural, healthy way which can lead to inflammation of the tissues, water retention and high blood pressure. It is well reported that the high sodium-low potassium environment of civilized people, operating on a genetic substrate of susceptibility, is the cardinal factor in the genesis and perpetuation of “essential” hypertension Low sodium diets are therapeutically effective but generally regarded as an impossible or an unnecessary nuisance. However, since the average salt intake is far above the recommended ones, it is necessary to intervene on several levels. For example, replacing sodium with other minerals, such as potassium chloride. It is “sapido” like sodium chloride without having the negative consequences on health. The reduction of sodium intakes, accompanied by the integration of potassium in the diet leads to an increase in subjects with an optimal blood pressure (+ 2-5 percent) and an appreciable reduction in the risk levels of cardiovascular disease and mortality (- 6-11 percent).
Low sodium diets are therapeutically effective but generally regarded as an impossible or an unnecessary nuisance. Effective prevention programs must be instituted at as early an age as possible. The efficacy of a prophylactic/therapeutic low sodium-high potassium diet should be weighed against the uncertain side effects of a drug therapy with a daily intake of antihypertensive.
Kiros Kalium contains potassium chloride it has health benefits for those who live a low-sodium lifestyle. Clinical and epidemiologic studies suggest that the intake of potassium chloride lowers blood pressure and reduce the need for antihypertensive medication in hypertensive men on a restricted-sodium diet.Increasing current potassium intakes in populations to recommended levels may lower population systolic BP in Western countries by 1.7 to 3.2 mm Hg, which can be predicted to reduce the risk of stroke mortality by 8% to 15% and the risk of heart disease mortality by 6% to 11%.