The amount of salt in food will soon become very limited. Leading corporations want to control the sodium content in foods, so they imposed the view that a diet with low salt useful for health.

It just is not like that. Diets with low salt are harmful to health and there are enough convincing research that support these claims.

The latest study confirms this statement is published in the journal “Journal of the American Medical Association”.
3,681 healthy Europeans, men and women aged up to 60 years was observed in the period of eight years. Those who consumed greater amount of salt than the average amount of sodium never experienced an increased risk of hypertension, stroke, or heart attack.
Dr Jan Staessen, author of the study at the University of Leuven in Belgium published the findings of this study:

“… I do not support the current recommendations for the general and indiscriminate reduction in sodium intake at the population level.”

Diets with a little salt are deadly

It turns out that it is much better if the average sodium intake is higher than lower (from the average 2-3 gr daily). Journal of the American Medical Association published the results of studies that have shown that even a small decrease in the content of sodium in the diet increases the risk for cardiovascular problems and even death.

The study authors wrote:

“All together, our joint research denied that estimates of computer models of life that is keeping health associated with lower salt intake. They also do not support the current recommendations for the general and indiscriminate reduction of salt intake at the population level. ”

Another study conducted at the University of Harvard showed that the participants have developed insulin resistance in just seven days, when they were subjected to a diet with a pinch of salt! Insulin resistance is an alarming situation that indicates a strong probability of developing diabetes type 2 .

Similarly, Australian studies have shown that people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, died in large numbers, after they used a diet with a little salt.

From the point of view of common sense, a review of these studies indicates that low intake of salt is especially risky for those with problems controlling blood sugar. Considering that 80% of adults older than 25 years already are obese in the United States, the FDA limits for salt content in food may introduce most of the population at great risk for early death!

Source Journal of the American Medical Association