Experts say that higher intake of salt in diabetics can increase the risk of heart attack and stroke. Salt is known to increase the blood pressure.
There is however , no direct link between the salt intake and diabetes. It should be noted that both diabetes and salt affect the cardiovascular system in the similar way. The slat causes blood vessels to harden and thus the chances of blood clots are increased. Diabetes too works the same way. So, improper salt intake by a diabetic patient will double the risk of a stroke.
Fried food has fat. The fat slows down the digestion. Thus your blood sugar levels are affected. The type of fat contained in fried food is called Trans Fat. This has been considered quite worst for the diabetics. They also lead to weight gain and in turn play havoc with your blood sugar levels. They also raise the level of bad cholesterol and increase the risk of heart problems.
In essence, it would be a wiser decision to completely avoid fried food. As far as salt is concerned, it would be practical to stick to a healthy regime. A pinch of salt is better than loads of it.
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