Salt – a product, the body needs

Salt

Salt – chemical element sodium chloride, mineral, and food indispensable. Salt is mined in mines or by evaporation of salt water. History of salt in food and food culture dates back to the dawn of mankind.

Minerals

Minerals

Minerals are actively involved in the biochemical processes which ensure the functioning of our body. They are especially important for the transfer of the electrochemical signal in the muscle fibers, and nerve tissues.

Monosodium glutamate (MSG): Production History

Monosodium

In 1907, professor of the Imperial University of Tokyo Kikunae Ikeda began to scientific research, the purpose of which was to identify the component “minds” in the algae. During the year, the professor was able to isolate, purify and identify the main components of the minds, and he quickly received a patent for it.

Fiber

Fiber

Fiber – Dietary Fiber is composed of polysaccharides. Are built plant cell walls. Fiber can be soluble and insoluble.

KletchatkaNerastvorimaya fiber, as its name implies, does not dissolve in water. This type of fiber acts in the gastrointestinal tract as an absorbent that absorbs toxins.