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PostSubject: Salt «killer hidden» hit in the arteries of the heart and head   Tue Feb 14, 2012 8:27 pm


Specialized study, conducted over 15 years, that eating less salt reduces the chances of heart attack and stroke and the dangers of blood pressure. The doctors advised the consumption of 6 grams a day of it at the most because it «killer hidden» who sneak into the arteries of the heart and the head and displays them for inflation and injury.

It turns out that those who avoid salt as much as possible their chance of a higher rate of 25 percent, to escape from the crisis and the percentage of heart attack and death is less by about 20 percent.

According to the study published by the British Medical Journal (British Medical Journal), that despite the campaigns run by health authorities in the world to reduce salt levels in food, still the average person's consumption in temperate countries ranges between 9 and 12 grams.

In the study, supervised by Nancy Cook University Hospital (Brigham Land and Lehman Hossbetl) of the Harvard School of Medicine in the United States, it was found that those who reduced the level of consumption of salt has become their chances greater for longer life and the lack of exposure to heart disease or arising from it.

Said the doctor who coordinated the study with the experiments previously conducted in the eighties and nineties, that the results prove without doubt that


Specialized study, conducted over 15 years, that eating less salt reduces the chances of heart attack and stroke and the dangers of blood pressure. The doctors advised the consumption of 6 grams a day of it at the most because it «killer hidden» who sneak into the arteries of the heart and the head and displays them for inflation and injury.

It turns out that those who avoid salt as much as possible their chance of a higher rate of 25 percent, to escape from the crisis and the percentage of heart attack and death is less by about 20 percent.

According to the study published by the British Medical Journal (British Medical Journal), that despite the campaigns run by health authorities in the world to reduce salt levels in food, still the average person's consumption in temperate countries ranges between 9 and 12 grams.

In the study, supervised by Nancy Cook University Hospital (Brigham Land and Lehman Hossbetl) of the Harvard School of Medicine in the United States, it was found that those who reduced the level of consumption of salt has become their chances greater for longer life and the lack of exposure to heart disease or arising from it.

Said the doctor who coordinated the study with the experiments previously conducted in the eighties and nineties, that the results prove without doubt that the salt is the «killer hidden», which destroys the heart and arteries of the brain and reduces immunity.

Professor Graeme McGregor, a specialist medical consultant cardiologist at the Hospital of St. George in London, «This study is very important ... They show that people who cut their consumption of salt cutting back on the possibility of contracting heart disease, or stroke, heart attack Oalakhvaqat ».

All the participants in the scientific study's 3126 people suffering from blood pressure to normal and high during scientific experiments, participants reduced their consumption of salt (sodium) at a rate ranging between 25 and 35 percent, that is estimated between 7 and 10 grams. He stressed on the McGregor «We're talking about a slight reduction in the amount of salt consumed, but this has a significant impact in reducing the risk». It is noteworthy that one-third quarters of the salt we eat is in the food we buy is ready. He said that 6 grams of salt per easy to adulthood if they selected the people what they consume and that the burden now falls on the food industry to reduce the amount of salt used in foods.

So far, researchers do not know how to contribute to excessive amounts of salt in raising the blood pressure, although they estimate that the kidneys can not convert it to urine and waste, which means that it enters the blood in the arteries of reason to attract more water to it and causing Ptdkhmha.

And try the British Ministry of Health and consumer protection bodies reduce the rate of consumer Aalmlh daily from 9 to 6 grams a day later than the year 2010. Chen and ministry awareness campaigns among young people as forcing companies to put signs up stating amount of salt in the food pre-preparation.

The study did not include any reference to salt intake in the States or hot desert and the amount of salt to be addressed in countries where population dripping sweat
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