Posted June 30, 2018 07:08:52 It’s no secret that salt can be a real problem for some.
However, the Australian Food Standards Agency (AFSA) has issued a warning to anyone who is concerned about how much salt they’re putting into their home.
If you have questions about salt, the AFSA advises that you check with the salt vendor or the company that makes the salt.
If the salt is not labelled, you can call their store and ask for their advice.
“If you’re concerned about the amount of salt you’re putting in your home, you should also check with your salt vendor,” said AFSA food safety expert Peter O’Keefe.
“There’s nothing you can do about the salt if it’s not labelled.”
The most common salt-related issue is baking soda, which can cause eye irritation, skin irritation and skin rashes.
“Baking soda can cause irritation of the eyes, skin, throat and throat, and irritation of other parts of the body.
It can cause serious problems for people who have allergies,” said Dr O’Reilly.
He says people should check their own salt regularly.
“The amount of baking soda that you’re eating is a good indicator of the amount you need to eat,” he said.
“You can also check the amount on the package.”
Dr O’s advice is to avoid putting too much salt into your mouth or drinking hot liquids while you’re cooking.
“In general, if you’re doing a lot of baking, it might be a good idea to do the baking step twice a day,” he says.
“When you’re baking it, make sure you don’t overcook the dough or you may not be able to handle the salt.”
Dr. O’s tip to avoid salt in your mouth?
“Make sure you’re getting the correct amount.”