3 Dangerous Diseases Due To Excess Salt

The availability of salt is currently very rare. However, it turns out there are effects that can be picked from this phenomenon, namely reducing the intake of salt in the daily diet.

Although cooking may be less savory if less salt, excessive salt intake can cause some of the following diseases.

A 2011 study from the British Medical Journal showed that there was a consistent direct link between salt intake and blood pressure. Researchers say that by reducing 4.6 grams of salt intake per day can lower a person’s blood pressure.

In other words, the more sodium consumed, the higher your blood pressure. As quoted from texas holdem poker free game page Klikdokter.com, Thursday 03 August 2017, the following diseases that can arise because of excessive salt intake.

  1. Kidney Problems

A study in 2013 in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology found that individuals with chronic kidney disease can re-improve kidney function by reducing the intake of salt in the body.

  1. Stomach Cancer

Research from The World Cancer Research Fund and the American Institute for Cancer Research suggests that eating too much salt can cause a person to develop stomach cancer. This occurs because excessive salt can damage the lining of the stomach and susceptible to bacteria Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori).

According to researchers, salt can also increase the growth and activity of bacteria thereby increasing the risk of stomach cancer.

  1. Osteoporosis

Excessive salt consumption can cause poker online for real money calcium to disappear from bone and excreted in the urine so that it changes bone strength and fragile easily. High blood pressure caused by excessive salt intake can also accelerate the loss of calcium from bone.


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