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Why low sodium diets are damaging to your health

Sometimes medical doctors go through my Transformations.

And it’s always an interesting experience, because sometimes that goes very well and other times not so much.

Let’s just say I get some pretty strong emails from doctors on occasion.

The “not so much” times often happen when I talk to people about doing things that fly in the face of traditional medical orthodoxy.

That can be a bad thing to do if you want to stay popular with doctors.

You see, there are a bunch of things that physicians tell people to do that are either outdated or just plain wrong.

The way we deal with salt is one of those things.

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The American Medical Association (AMA) is clear on where they stand on salt intake and heart disease.

If you have heart disease, they want you to reduce your salt intake.

When there’s extra sodium in your bloodstream, it pulls water into your blood vessels, increasing the total amount (volume) of blood inside them. With more blood flowing through your blood vessels, blood pressure increases. It’s like turning up the water supply to a garden hose — the pressure in the hose increases as more water is blasted through it.

The problem is that current scientific evidence doesn’t support the idea that salt causes cardiovascular events.

In a study that was published in the Lancet, researchers looked at people who had chronic heart failure.

397 patients were assigned a low sodium diet and 409 patients were assigned usual care.

Remarkably, all-cause death actually went UP in the low sodium group that was studied.

All-cause death occurred in 22 (6%) patients in the low sodium diet group and 17 (4%) in the usual care group (HR 1·38 [0·73–2·60]; p=0·32), cardiovascular-related hospitalisation occurred in 40 (10%) patients in the low sodium diet group and 51 (12%) patients in the usual care group (HR 0·82 [0·54–1·24]; p=0·36), and cardiovascular-related emergency department visits occurred in 17 (4%) patients in the low sodium diet group and 15 (4%) patients in the usual care group (HR 1·21 [0·60–2·41]; p=0·60). No safety events related to the study treatment were reported in either group.

And the incidence of negative events didn’t change at all in the low sodium group.

In ambulatory patients with heart failure, a dietary intervention to reduce sodium intake did not reduce clinical events.

Considering what a bogeyman the medical community makes salt out to be…

This is an amazing fly-in-the-face of conventional wisdom finding.

But it makes sense because all of those dietary guidelines are not based on ACTUAL research. They are just what doctors tell people!

“Dietary recommendations have been provided to patients with heart disease for over 100 years, but very few of the recommendations have been based on evidence from randomised clinical trials.”

Look… I’m not against doctors. I go see a doctor when I need to and I work with my doctor on some of the experiments that I do.

But when doctors are handing out advice that is not based on real research and the research contradicts what they are saying…

I’m going to speak up.

If your doctor has advised you to go on a low sodium diet, and you want to stop then you need to consult with them.

I’m not a doctor. I’m just presenting you with the evidence and you can do exactly what you want with it.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.