DIET 200 Chloride
DIET 200 Chloride DIET 200
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Date Created: 04/22/16
Chloride FUNCTIONS: FOOD SOURCES: Chloride is one of theohsltoride is found in table salt important electrolytesnrheealalt.s sodium chloride. It is also found in many It is needed to keep the proper balance of body fluids. It is an such as seaweed, essential part of digestive juices., lettuce, celery and olives. Chloride is part of the hydrochloric acid in your stomach, which islt and sea salt are both 40% chloride by volume. essential to good digeYou consume chloride each do not have proper acitime you use table salt. you will not feel well. Chloride is also part of Chloride is needed in processed foods, soy sauce, clear out waste produceggs and meats. Chloride can change thRecommendations: blood through the chloride shift. 1-3 years old: 1.5 grams per day 4-8 years old: 1.9 grams per DISEASES: day Deficiency of chloride, ors old: 2.3 grams per when blood levels drop too low, is known as hypochloremia. Causes of lack of Researched By: chloride: Amber Leblanc, Grant Muscle weakness Leblanc, Megan Leblanc, and dehydration Peyton Leblanc, Arianna Lee, Loss of appetite Gunner Leger, Benjamin Lim, Leads to alkalosis, Holden Linn, Allison Marrs, Raymond Mattaur, and Emily which causes the Meaux body fluids to have excess bases. This results in high blood pH and excessive loss of potassium in urine, which can cause loss of muscle
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