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Blood Balance Formula

by Ssregina Regina (2019-03-09)

The latest news to hit health Blood Balance Formula Review industries globally is that soluble paracetamol tablets contain vast quantities of salt that can increase your risk of heart disease by as much as 16% if taken on a daily basis. For some unbeknown reason, soluble aspirins, paracetamol and ibuprofen and similar tablets that have a quicker effect at reducing the symptoms of certain aches and pains than the insoluble form, have been exempt from testing until late 2013 - and the results are startling. Carried out by University College London and the University of Dundee, the recommended dosage of soluble painkillers which equates to approximately 2 tablets every 3 hours contain more than 50% salt of the required daily limit. The purpose of the salt is that it makes the tablets dissolvable giving it that fizzing effect. More than 1.29 million GP records of patient surgeries were obtained for the study and trawled through, where research concluded that those taking soluble pills for some length of time were 22% more likely to suffer a stroke, 28% more likely to die from any ailment, 16% more likely to suffer a heart attack or die younger and much more likely to have high blood pressure. Guidelines state in the UK that you should consume no more than 6 grams of salt a day, but taking 8 dissolvable aspirins exceeds this by 4 grams. Available over the counter, currently there is no salt content listed on the packaging of soluble pharmaceutical grade tablets as is mandatory for all supermarket foods. It is important to note that these worrying health statistics only apply to those who take these tablets each day but due to the easy accessibility of them it's difficult to know just how many in the UK and the West in general take these regularly. Ready meals alone contain almost the maximum daily requirement of salt and even readymade sandwiches half that, so heart disease that claims 180'000 people a year in the UK can be attributed to other causes which why we should be on the guard of what we eat or drink daily.