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Occasionally, people post questions concerning salt intake.  Just as with fats, we have been brainwashed into thinking salt isn't good for us.  Here's the latest findings from the CDC.  Apparently, too little salt can be even more dangerous than high consumption of salt.

 

http://hotair.com/archives/2013/07/11/cdc-oops-salt-is-not-actually-dangerous-and-cutting-it-may-be-harmful/

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When I do W30, I don't worry about how much salt I add when cooking since we are not eating processed foods which are extrememly high in sodium.  The whole, natural foods we are eating have very little natural sodium in them, if any, and I know it's important for the body to have sodium for the reasons listed in the link.

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Also, the research that showed that salt was bad for you used only plain table salt. Natural mineral salt has actually been found to improve the conduction of electrical impulses in the body and improve heart function, as well as provide vital trace minerals and electrolytes.

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