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Salt

A high sodium diet is not only detrimental to the overall functioning of a healthy body, it has also been linked to the development of kidney stones. While our body needs a certain level of sodium, excessive amounts can increase the water retention rate in your body meaning it can be more difficult for the kidneys to flush the high amounts of salt, increasing blood pressure and leading to kidney stones. Reducing the number of shakes of the salt shaker will have your body feeling much cleaner as the body is able to flush both toxins and excessive sodium from the kidneys.

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