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      Do any of you notice how sodium intake affects you? Do you look smoother when you consume more salt?
      Does limiting sodium intake help with your definition? How does it affect vascularity?
      How many grams?
      Please share your thoughts on salt. Thanks

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      What got me wondering is that I have been eating a huge amount of macadamia and pistachios , which have helped me get lean, but was starting to wonder just how much sodium I am getting. Those nuts without salt taste totally different. I hate to say it, but salt makes everything taste better. I guess I can start ordering unsalted nuts and maybe get used to it .blah lol

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      I feel it is a very essential mineral but like anything, must not be over done. there was a time that I watched it so much and with all the water I drink, my sodium level dropped to low. I am betting you sweat a lot when you train and if you still feel good, I wouldn't worry about it
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      i eat the hell out of mustard and sodium. for me personally it helps me stay full and keeps me crisp. if i were to guess in the off season i would say probably 4-6g a day give or take. i also sweat quite a bit normally so i need a little extra to keep my electorlytes good to go. in my younger days i had a hell of a hard time with water retention and had to limit sodium but as i have gotten older i need more.

      if you want to play around with it. take a look a couple hours after consumption. then take a peak first thing in the am as soon as you get up. if you a nice and full and got good lines showing, then you are good. if you are blurring out a bit then pull it back. sodium is damn hard and tricky to manipulate
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      I never worry about sodium unless my BP is up. One thing I do believe in is if your adding salt to meals while cutting or bulking keep the amount consistent each meal.

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