Low-Salt Diet Myth Debunked

A new study finishes with a longstanding myth that reducing salt is good for the heart.

By contrast, scientists at McMaster University say that a low-sodium diet is actually more likely to trigger a heart attack or stroke than one with a lot of salt.

Dr. Andrew Mente led the study. Their results show that a moderate amount of sodium is better. “That neither has too high nor too low sodium levels is optimal for health,” he said.

Surprisingly, the study found that a diet low in salt is more dangerous than the very people it is most recommended. Patients with high blood pressure often said by doctors to reduce salt.

In people with high, low blood pressure in salt raises heart attack and stroke risk by 34%. People with normal blood pressure face a 26% higher risk.

The study shows that the constant warnings about salt are not guaranteed, said Dr. Mente.

“Most people eat what you are supposed to eat, based on the data,” he said. “They fall in the middle and that is really the sweet spot-the safest range of intake.”


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According to the study, published in The Lancet , the “sweet spot” is 3,000-7,000 mg of sodium per day. That’s the equivalent of between 1½ teaspoons a little less than a tablespoon of salt. Most Americans are in this range. Consume about 3,400 mg (2 teaspoons of salt) per day. 1.2

The type of salt healthier

When salt is added to food, stay away from refined table salt . All healthy minerals have been stripped away in the manufacturing process.

Instead, buy natural unrefined salts. There are two types:. Sea salt and salt mined

Sea salt is produced from salt water. Sea water evaporates in the sun, leaving behind salt full of healthy minerals in the ocean. mined salt comes from natural deposits earth.

Both types are excellent alternatives to industrial table salt. but recommended Himalayan pink salt . It contains 84 minerals and trace elements. These include calcium, magnesium, potassium and copper. 3

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In good health,

Angela Salerno
Executive Director, INH Health Observatory

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References:
1https://consumer.healthday.com/cardiovascular-health-information-20/dieting-to-control-salt-health-news-191/could-low-salt-diet-be-hazardous-to-your-health-711200.html
2https://authoritynutrition.com/how-much-sodium-per-day/
3http://wellnessmama.com/26334/best-type-of-natural-salt/

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