Doctor Lebedeva: the additive contained in salt makes it poison in hot dishes

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According to doctor, endocrinologist and gastroenterologist Dilyara Lebedeva, when buying salt, you need to carefully monitor whether it contains the additive E536.

Doctor Lebedeva warned that the additive E536 (potassium ferrocyanide) contained in salt makes it poisonous in hot dishes.

“When adding salt with E536 to hot dishes, it can turn into poison – hydrocyanic acid. And in case of an overdose, serious health problems can occur,” the doctor told the Doctor Peter portal.
Lebedeva noted that this additive is added to salt to improve the commercial properties of the spice, prevent caking, and increase shelf life. The doctor drew attention to the fact that the additive can contain both ordinary table salt and products in the manufacture of which it is used (for example, it can be sausages or granular cottage cheese).

“The E536 additive is common because very cheap and easy to produce. It is obtained from iron filings, potassium carbonate and animal blood from slaughterhouses,” stated the gastroenterologist.
Dilyara Lebedeva believes that you should not use or buy white salt with the additive E536 – instead it is better to take gray rock, sea, or Himalayan salt.

The doctor also named signs that too much of an unwanted additive has entered the body and an overdose has occurred , are emerging negative changes in the form of diarrhea, acne and other skin problems, discomfort in the liver and gall bladder.

Earlier, the portal wrote that oncologist Ivan Karasev named products that increase the risk the occurrence of cancer with almost every use.

Important! Information is provided for reference purposes. Ask a specialist about contraindications and side effects and under no circumstances self-medicate. At the first signs of illness, consult a doctor.

Dilyara Lebedeva Dilyara Lebedeva Healthy lifestyle, endocrinologist, gastroenterologist