Question on sodium and sweat and maybe food
I recently had to resort to eating ramen (college kid budget ran tight so yea shin ramen almost everyday) I checked the nutrition label and noticed it has like 1.2 grams of sodium per serving. Two servings to a block -> 2.4 g sodium. Additionaly I put hot paste in it (kinda a lot [sriracha]) which has .1 g per tbsp I prob put about 6 into the ramen.
I only really eat one block a day, and end up drinking water usually the rest of the day. Occasionally if I get hungry Ill stop by and grab a chicken salad from the store if I can afford it (6$! blah) but other than that block of ramen Im usually just drinking water.
To get rid of the sodium I started (in addition to running and cycling outside) stationary cycling indoors for an hour. I sweat a pool in there so I figured it would be a good way to get rid of all that excess sodium, but today one of the trainers came up to me and said that I shouldnt be sweating that much and its unhealthy. I personally wasnt sure but he said he can't do anything to stop me but let me know that bit of information. I thought I'd ask you guys.
Is this an alright way to get rid of the excess sodium? when I wrung out my clothes I got maybe quarter liter or so of water into it (this doesnt include the sweat on the floor bike and all that other junk).
Biking outside and running outside (usually run 3 miles at 6 min/mil pace and bike 10 miles at random pace [to many stoplights]) doesnt seem to cause me to sweat as much probably because I am actually moving.
I don't know if it really matters but I'm 5'4, 21 years old, and last time I weighed myself (bout 3 weeks ago -> 145 lb)
Normally I wouldnt be asking this but the trainer guy (and since he was a trainer I took it somewhat seriously) said that much sweat meant that there was something wrong with me and when I told him what I ate he said I might have a stroke on the cycle next time. Personally I think he was half full of s*** but I dunno.
While I'm on it... I know eating a pack of ramen a day is not healthy at all in any way but I don't have a cheaper solution really. I dont mind putting in an extra couple bucks a week if it lets me eat a bit healthier so I'm open to suggestions in that sense (I was thinkin bout spending 8 dollars and getting a bottle of centrum).
Sorry about the long post