And they affirm prior evidence that people unconsciously maintain daily sodium intakes within a relatively narrow range … with the lowest intakes being higher than the official guideline (2,300mg).
The increased risks seen with daily sodium intakes below 3,000mg include greater risk of death and heart attack (Paterna S et al. 2008; Paterna S et al. 2009; O'Donnell MJ et al. 2011; Stolarz-Skrzypek K et al. 2011)
1.5 gram per day; that's pretty hard! A teaspoon of salt is much more than that.
because chicken breast is dry bland meat without lots of seasoning. gimme thighs! mmm bbq!
I never realised how much of it i was consuming – so much in foods like bread, vegan meat alternatives, cereal.
how come Japanese eat tons of salt with no problem?
Would love to see a study on those Nepali/Tibetans who take salt in their tea. Actually, I put salt in my green tea, with a squeeze of lemon. Very very nice. Would be too sad if I had to finish that box of tea without salt..
but what about Marmite?!
My doctor recommended i eat more salt because I have naturally low blood pressure and if I'm dehydrated I can faint
If I make sure I drink enough water then it's manageable, but that's also with me putting salt in my food.
She said eating more salt was better for me than taking medication
Okay so if you don't have high blood pressure what does sodium do to your arteries that's so bad?
Dr. Greger…I'm on whole food plant/vegan way of eating and I have been salt-free going on 5 days. Taste buds have changed, but I'm really concerned about LOW SODIUM. I'm eating (and juicing) celery, but still sodium low. Good news is my BP is lower within range (It starting to rise 2 months ago???). I can do this, but don't want my sodium to potassium (which is high) to get out of whack. Could you address this in one of your videos. Love and Thanks.
u just destroyed my no 1 protein source lol
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