Let There Be Lite – Tata Salt Lite mobile

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Only about 5% of the world's annual salt production is used as seasoning.
Tata Salt Lite has 15% less sodium than regular salt.
Tata Salt Lite helps tackle hypertension, one of urban India’s leading health problems.

Keep It Lite

For years now, hypertension has continued be one of the leading causes of deaths in urban India. Hypertension is attributable to 10.8% of all deaths in India. While sedentary lifestyles and unhealthy dietary practices share the blame, one thing that should not be overlooked is our overall sodium intake. And considering our love for finger foods, packaged snacks and sauces and ketchups, it’s unlikely the sodium consumption is going to see itself reducing. In times like these, all it takes the adoption of a more active lifestyle and a low-sodium variant of salt, to help us keep it light.

The general perception is that a salt switch often leads to loss of taste in foods. But with Tata Salt Lite, there is no compromise on taste.

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The Tata Salt Lite Advantage

Tata Salt Lite contains 15% lower sodium content which will help regulate high blood pressure. This, however, does not change the taste of the food preparation. Tata Salt Lite also contains the right amount of iodine that helps prevent iodine deficiencies and helps prevent iodine deficiency-related disorders. Tata Salt Lite is the alternative for consumers who are trying to control their weight or hypertension. Tata Salt Lite is packed in laminated pouches which are sealed using modern technology, which keeps the product from drying and free-flowing.

Health Benefits of Tata Salt Lite

  • Regulated intake can lower risk of cardiovascular disease.
  • Regulates hypertension
  • Reduced salt intake can be beneficial for patients with kidney failure.
  • A low-sodium diet can be a supplement to other treatments of asthma

Nutrition Guru

The following tests can help you detect adulterants in salt.

Differentiation of common salt from iodised salt
Presence of chalk in salt
step 1 1.
Cut a piece of potato, add salt and wait for a minute.
step 2 2.
Add two drops of lemon juice.
step 3 3.
If it is iodised salt, blue colour will develop.
step 4 4.
In the case of common salt, there will be no blue colour
step 1 1.
Stir a spoonful of sample of salt in a glass of water.
step 2 2.
If adulterated with chalk, the solution will turn white.