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jc3737 posted:
Why does a low sodium diet work for many people and yet several studies show that a low sodium diet is not healthy?

My best guess is that low sodium diets are also low iodine diets.I would like to see studies of low sodium diets with iodine supplementation.

I am unable to tolerate sodium as my blood pressure rises when i get any amount that even approaches 1000mg.

I have low renin (salt sensitive)hypertension......but it is well controlled on a low fat vegan diet with severe salt/sodium restriction.
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jc3737 replied to jc3737's response:
this study shows the opposite.....higher levels of salt lowers mortality
max9821 replied to jc3737's response:
All the pundits spend so much time on fat that I wish more would address the salt question. I even read one article a while ago that said that it was salt, not fat that caused artery blockages. It is unlikely that those eating lots of fat are on a very low salt diet too.


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