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This was like a 45 second tweet explanation of a salt-free nutshell ounce of prevention.Autor: Todd Sloan
Hi all! Just to summarize, while some sodium is needed in life, we in the US eat far too much. If we collectively were to reduce average salt intake from over 4g/day to 1.2g/day, this analysis estimates we could reduce the number of new cases of blocked heart arteries from 60,000-120,000 fewer per year, strokes by 32,000 to 66,000 fewer per year, heart attacks by 54,000-94,000 fewer per year, and death from all causes by 44,000 to 92,000 fewer per year. There is gigantic potential to prevent many of the horrible ways people die! And effects on medical costs could also be huge. Here's one of the many studies Dr G reviews:
This article (10.1056/NEJMoa0907355) was published on January 20, 2010, at NEJM.org.
N Engl J Med 2010;362:590-9.
Copyright © 2010 Massachusetts Medical Society.
The new england journal of medicine original article
Projected Effect of Dietary Salt Reductions on Future Cardiovascular Disease
Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, Ph.D., M.D., Glenn M. Chertow, M.D., M.P.H., Pamela G. Coxson, Ph.D., Andrew Moran, M.D., James M. Lightwood, Ph.D., Mark J. Pletcher, M.D., M.P.H., and Lee Goldman, M.D., M.P.H.
The U.S. diet is high in salt, with the majority coming from processed foods. Re- ducing dietary salt is a potentially important target for the improvement of public health.
We used the Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) Policy Model to quantify the benefits of potentially achievable, population-wide reductions in dietary salt of up to 3 g per day (1200 mg of sodium per day). We estimated the rates and costs of cardiovascu- lar disease in subgroups defined by age, sex, and race; compared the effects of salt reduction with those of other interventions intended to reduce the risk of cardio- vascular disease; and determined the cost-effectiveness of salt reduction as com- pared with the treatment of hypertension with medications.
Reducing dietary salt by 3 g per day is projected to reduce the annual number of new cases of CHD by 60,000 to 120,000, stroke by 32,000 to 66,000, and myocar- dial infarction by 54,000 to 99,000 and to reduce the annual number of deaths from any cause by 44,000 to 92,000. All segments of the population would benefit, with blacks benefiting proportionately more, women benefiting particularly from stroke reduction, older adults from reductions in CHD events, and younger adults from lower mortality rates. The cardiovascular benefits of reduced salt intake are on par with the benefits of population-wide reductions in tobacco use, obesity, and choles- terol levels. A regulatory intervention designed to achieve a reduction in salt intake of 3 g per day would save 194,000 to 392,000 quality-adjusted life-years and $10 bil- lion to $24 billion in health care costs annually. Such an intervention would be cost-saving even if only a modest reduction of 1 g per day were achieved gradually between 2010 and 2019 and would be more cost-effective than using medications to lower blood pressure in all persons with hypertension.
Modest reductions in dietary salt could substantially reduce cardiovascular events and medical costs and should be a public health target.Autor: Moderator NutritionFacts.org
in Eurpoe, the same brand cereals have half the salt and sugar. Why does General Mills want to kill Americans?Autor: ForbinColossus
I know a lot of people don't care for the pop ups, but I really enjoy them. It's always cool to see Dr. Greger walking on his treadmill--a nice reminder for all of us to get up and move. Great video as always, Dr. Greger and team!Autor: Nerds and Nutrition
What about Sauerkraut which is supposed to be very healthy but involves using salt in its preparation?Autor: Tridhos
in the first bar chart averages are well over 4g with targets of <3.8 but in later charts avg consumption is reported as ~3.4 and healthy targets as low as <1.5g. Love the videos but this one leads to some confusion and it isn't clear which data are correct or how much lowering is worthwhile on an individual basis and seems slanted toward pushing a vegan lifestyle.Autor: Chris Galasso
Why is salt bad?Autor: sohnzurrechten
I eat a lot of swiss chard everyday which surpasses the 2500mg range of sodium on that alone, but i do not add salt to my food, the sodium content comes exclusively from plant foods. Is this a problem?Autor: Seba Spinelli
Ok good I talk less then 2.5 grams most of the time.
But really 5.8?
Taught it would be less.Autor: Oblivion 1
Start first with government schools where all of this processed food is sold at all ages. Why do they not teach these things in government schools to kids very young to begin with? If you were confused to begin with you should no longer be confused. 2+2 always equals 4!Autor: Agent76
when I eat salt,at night I feel my heart beat when I lie down,my right eyelid half shuts my eyeAutor: Louise M-D
Such an informative video! Definitely will be sharing this video with friends and family to show them the effects of salt in their diet on their health.
Btw dr greger you're so handsome 😬😂 Love your work!Autor: Sonia'sVeganKitchen
survival of the fittest! You eat shit, you're gonna die!Autor: Swankster
Really like your work but the pop ups of Dr. Greger are pretty weird and unnecessary to be honest ;)Autor: Sebbo V
So what about the classic statement that heart failure patients did better with a little bit of salt? What is interpretation of that?Autor: The Artificial Society
So, even though Pink Himalayan salt is touted to have over 84 essentials minerals contained in it---it still is seen as something that we need to avoid for optimal health. Correct, anyone? 🙂Autor: Gigi Friedman
I'm using nutmeg and wasabi to replace salt in my vegan meals but I do know many raw vegan people that keep using Himalayan salt because it's healthier than refined salt. I really would love to see a study about this specific salt, I don't think it's safe and healthy, it still has plenty of Na.Autor: madjennsy
wouldn't plant have more potassium because we fertilize plants with potassiumAutor: Sean Marshall
My systolic bp changed from 130 to 180 on a high salt diet, think chicken wings and bbq this summer back to 130 when I went on a very low salt diet. This shocked and pleased me I thought a low salt diet would do 10-20 pts max. Does this sound right? What was more interesting is my BP was 180 at 215lbs, 165 at 212, 150 at 209 down to 130 at 205 that is 5pts per lb of water fluid.Autor: Jack D
Dr. G, what if we are young and active, and still take a bit heavy on salt, but the BP is still low. . . .Autor: George Marchant
Say his catch phrase wth me now "plant based diet!"Autor: vitamindubya
What if you don’t eat processed foodsAutor: Llorens & Frieda Pembrook
You should really read what Dr. McDougall says about salt. He points out that salt isn't nutritious obviously, but a little bit of salt on our food makes it a lot more tasty and easy to eat for people and I agree with that. I think we should switch from high fat, high sodium and animal based foods to a low fat plant based diet with a moderate amount of salt. A normal amount of salt is fine and will add a lot of pleasure to our diets without adverse consequences. Two quotes from the British Medical Journal (2002) and the NHANES III study from the Journal of General Internal Medicine (2008) also give evidence that lowering salt intake isn't unhealthy and won't save a lot of lives. British Medical Journal - “Lowering sodium intake may have adverse effects on vascular endothelium through stimulation of the renin-angiotensin system and on serum total and low density lipoprotein cholesterol concentrations. In cohort studies, lower salt intake in people with hypertension has been associated with higher levels of cardiovascular disease and in general populations with greater all cause mortality.” NHANES III Study - “Observed associations of lower sodium with higher mortality were modest and mostly not statistically significant. However, these findings also suggest that for the general US adult population, higher sodium is unlikely to be independently associated with higher CVD or all-cause mortality.”
Hooper L, Bartlett C, Davey Smith G, Ebrahim S. Systematic review of long term effects of advice to reduce dietary salt in adults. BMJ. 2002 Sep 21;325(7365):628.Cohen HW, Hailpern SM, Alderman MH. Sodium intake and mortality follow-up in the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES III). J Gen Intern Med. 2008 Sep;23(9):1297-302.)Autor: Ben Thompson
Oh, well Hellooo! hahaAutor: VeganMarcella andMore
I sprinkle salt in my food for the iodine since I don't have another way of getting iodine at the moment.Autor: A A
Do we even need salt at all? I tried not having salt at all and i got a sick charlie horse. Should i try again?Autor: Draugeniron
I used to be a European vegetarian and I do think bread and pizza were my highest sodium containing foods. But as a vegan I stopped eating bread after a few months, mostly cause of worries about the high sodium content.Autor: Eelke Aptroot
Stop calling salt sodium!!! Natural unrefined salt is around 84% sodium with the remaining 16% composed of over 60 essential minerals. The problem is the over-consumption of refined salt!!Autor: Mono808
Lack of sodium salt in the diet is dangerous and can cause heart attacks. Lack of potassium salt is a problem as well. These salts make electrical currents possible, they are electrolytes. These currents make signaling possible from the brain to muscles. Your heart is a muscle. If you were to remove all salt from your body, your heart would stop and you would be brain dead in five minutes. Many animals risk their lives climbing steep cliff faces to get to salt outcroppings. If you have a taste for salt, eat it. Most of the salt scare is very old research. Sodium is essential, like water. To little is the danger.Autor: ja565hr
Real salt like himalaya salt is healthy, table salt not!Autor: Hans Killuminati
in every video that u use the facecam the whole video has fps issues
might be some rendering issue (<less likely) or ur pc cant handle all the programs being open at once (<very likely)
so it might be good to record the facecam part separatelyAutor: sooooooooDark
Got salt?Autor: zukodude487987
Yeah, but why are vegans lowest sodium group? Is it the food or the behaviour / lifestyle? For me as a vegan, I'm more aware of my health thus I not only eat better, I live better.Autor: Chimon
Sodium intake may be negated by high amounts of water consumption. No need to spoil the taste. One the other hand, after two weeks of no sodium consumption people usually develop a higher sensitivity to salt in foods, which makes common foods appear saltier than before. That's a good thing which results in overall decrease of sodium needs.Autor: Enceos
What about iodine (from iodized salt)? I eat almost exclusively whole plants, no salt added, and sporadic processed food. I've been tracking nutrient intake, and every day I am not even 50%. I e also noticed since going vegan and almost no salt (or iodine) I dehydrate very easily with exercise. Should I add a bit of iodized salt?Autor: cutingirl
Always great information, thanks! As a Raw Vegan, salt is not an issue. If people could just avoid anything in packages they would be fine, just eat out of the produce section.Autor: Ronnie & Minh
we need 1500 mg of salt in our diet a day right?? half a teaspoon? Is this achievable following a strict raw vegan diet? I don't think so. in my experience, adding a pinch of salt in water before the gym (around 400mg assumingly) has helped me with dealing with heart palpitations, which was uncomfortable and hindered my training tremendously. Now I'm fine. the human body needs salt to prevent water toxicity, it's real and not to be underestimated, this is directed towards athletes who drink alot of water but don't sweat enough. We salt, and its difficult to know how much unless you know exactly, what is 100% going in your mouth.Autor: Antoine Leonidas
This is such a contentious issue. What about Pamela Popper recommending a sodium intake of between 3000-6000mg? (and yes, SODIUM intake not salt as a whole) This is, I believe, based on some studies published in NEJM in 2014Autor: Scut Farkus
Interesting video! Can you please make a video comparing different salt, like seasalt, himalayasalt etc.Autor: Rawveganse
Why are recommended salt intake for men and women different?Autor: Noah Nobody
Avoiding salt when going out to eat is incredibly difficult. I was just out yesterday with family and I didn't get anything at the restaurant we stopped at because everything was made out of salt.
I really don't understand why there aren't a few no salt added options at every restaurant for people who are trying to eat a little more healthy. Maybe they figure everyone who wants to do so has given up on restaurants already. I have.Autor: odizzido
What about people eating a high sodium whole food plant based diet?Autor: zukodude487987
What was the point of this video?Autor: Gold Wolf
Michael, can you make a video on the (supposedly negative) relationship between "vegan food" and healthy teeth. I heard in the radio few days ago that berries, fruits and vegan foods in general are very acid and hard to chew, so they cause problems, namely tooth decay.
Also i'd like to know about the importance of fluoride, and its (supposedly negative) relationship with IQ.Autor: Alan Turing
Hi Doc, I'm a bit confused! I eat no processed food! almost vegan, I was told we need 2 to 4 grams a day which I wouldn't be adding, and last week my GP told me my sodium levels were too low! and to increase my salt!! Am I in any danger as a cardio myopathy patient? Thanks for your greatly informative videos.Autor: jc2557
do a video on sugar!!Autor: Chasesfpv
Dr Gregor popping up is the best thing everAutor: ilurvecarbs
Stop with the low salt hysteria , enjoy some salt don't over do itAutor: Doug bananaboy
BOOM! And the winner is VEGAN diet again! :)
Thank you Dr Greger and team NutritionFacts :)Autor: CrazyPolishVEGAN
Who needs salt when you have sea vegetables?Autor: Hypercube
I've helped some older people get on the starch solution. They use a lot of salt like 4 to 8 grams per day. But their blood pressure is in check. How can that be?Autor: Dylan T
Biased video once again. All meat is NOT high in sodium! PROCESSED meats are high in sodium. To imply otherwise, as this video does, is pure propaganda.Autor: Tine Woodbe
Doc got him some face action in that video!Autor: Immanuel Kant
The amount of sodium in food in the US is just astonishing. Whole-grain bread has almost twice the sodium per serving as Doritos. Any soup or frozen item has around 20% of the recommended daily value. Big changes need to be made.Autor: BardicLiving
I want to translate this video to show to my mom, she speaks spanish, how can I do that?Autor: Sebastián Vargas
Woah! His head was almost 3 dimensional! Insane!Autor: A A
Are the detrimental effect of salt due to the salt itself or the salt-containing foods? Has a plant based diet with added salt proven to be more detrimental than a plant based diet without salt? Rhetorical question really, I know there's probably been no such studies. But really, of course people eating low sodium diets (vegans) have less risk of disease because look at what they're not eating! But is it attributable to being low in salt. Dr Greger doesn't seem to mention this.Autor: Jamie Lennon
Live a little guys! A bit of salt will not cause any harm and greatly enhances food satisfaction. Just make sure its unrefinedAutor: Kickass 101
what about Himalayan salt, how much better/worse it is ?Autor: Damjan K
Why do people get ill from drinking to much water... Because it dilutes the salt, you need salt.
If you drink a lot of water and do a lot of exercise you need salt because you loose in perspiration.
Yes processed salt is bad for you and too much salt of any kind is too.
However Sea salt and Himalayan salt is good for you it contains minerals that we need and is a natural salt.
Processed salt contains like 98% sodium and some other crap but sea salt has like 80% and the rest is minerals.
This is the kind of salt you need.Autor: Mac Harfie
Yes I noticed after being on WFPB for a while how much salt is in everything! We went out to a Cajun restaurant and I ordered some gumbo. Holy Dead Sea! I thought I was going to have a stroke right there in the booth. It was good but yeah made me realize how true your video is.Autor: Believe.
Vegans all the way!!Autor: MsBrutus64
What about sea salt???Autor: Adam Dulgher
I'm confused! I'm a whole-food vegan who uses cronometer to track my food. I almost always fail to meet the RDA for sodium and specifically add iodized sea salt in an effort to meet the RDA and to help my under-active thyroid (I have Hashimoto's). Should I try a different approach?Autor: Ilana Trombly
Love ya Doc x a million but that effect with you mid vid is creepy -- takes away from seriousness of science you are givng--special effects distract--lor that one does anyway ose it--always grateful for your work !!!;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;Autor: tradeeagle
This video probably makes the animal product and processed food industries pretty salty!Autor: TheAltruismActivist
Doctor, you are so cool - thank you for your educational videos, I love them all and I watch them all religiously.Autor: Guiomar Rebelo
I just watched Dr McDougall whose advise is quite different of not contradictory, perhaps you would comment.
On a personal note on self examination of my blood pressure after eating processed (salt added) food I've (not a rigorous scientific test) observed that my blood pressure seems to be up to 10 points higher (1 point in the European system) and have therefore continued to limit added sadly in my diet, but I don't fear it, and sometimes if I feel I want it I will consume it but usually only in convenience or occasional vegan junk food.Autor: fuckfannyfiddlefart
Conflicting information. There are some studies that show that 5000 mg of sodium has the lowest association with the risk od death. That was found over hundreds of thousands of people in dozens of countries.... Lower sodium intake increases the risk of death and so does higher sodium in take. But the lower you go, the faster the risk goes up compared to going higher than 5000 mg.
In the USA sodium intake is actually below the world average.
Could be that on a very high carb diet you need less sodium because your body holds on to sodium when you eat high carb. On a low carb diet your kidneys get rid of much more salt so naturally your salt requirements depend on how much of your diet consists of carbs.Autor: Peter Faber
Is celtic salt good or needed in the diet for our bones?Autor: brielalumi
I cook most of my food. It's usually farm fresh and wild meats. I use Himalayan pink salt. Is this any good or bad?Autor: Matthew Dean
vegans for the win ♥Autor: Lichtblick
Trying to buy low sodium can soup is nearly impossible. Yes, I know, not the best choice. Still, most of us have some pantry items. Most have a whopping 600 too 800 mg./ serving, and there's 2 servings per can. The "low sodium" items have ~ 400 mg. / serving, still 800 per can. And even more offensive is they charge more for the lower sodium versions! There's so much salt, you can use it to melt ice outdoors.Autor: Joseph1NJ
another day, another vegan winAutor: Spartan Elf
If such an effect is achieved by a 15% salt consumption reduction,
What happens with a 50% reduction ? 75% ? 90% ??Autor: TheKetsa
To me, it feels more difficult to eat plants without salt than eating meats without salt. Plants other than fruits taste awful, and salt is pretty much the only thing that can enhance the taste and hide the bitter taste. I mean, think about it, I could eat 500g of unsalted roasted chicken, but I could hardly eat 500g of unsalted steamed broccoli or boiled rice. You take all animal foods away from the diet, and then fat away, then sugar, then salt... what do you have left? Basically, we would have to be like gazelles or impalas. Is that kind extending life really worth it? I mean, you could completely avoid death by car accidents if you never leave your home, but is the extra life you get by doing that always worth it?Autor: Jeong-hun Sin
that pretzel looks goodAutor: Lexi DeLorme
What about Celtic sea salt?Autor: Michael Greenwood
Please no more floating heads!!Autor: MightyHungry
HiAutor: Anon Ymous
Are these studies made with anticaking agent in the salt or with salt without anticaking agent?Autor: Cosmin Cosma
Why is Dr. Greger walking in his videos?Autor: Laetitia Lalila
I don't get it. If 1500 mgs is the most you should get and 4 bananas are 20000, how do we stay under guideline?Autor: the brink
Thanks for sharing!Autor: MsSerenity Smith
Thanks so much!Autor: Judy FIELDS DAVIS
Hi, i am ready to stop consuming salt, but is that good to my health, and what are the natural alternative for salt...Autor: afaf roble
I am constantly "confused about sodium" because 1) I need to convert units of measure from weight to volume, and 2) salt is about 1/3 sodium. When I cook, I add salt by a teaspoon measure (volume), not by adding sodium with a scale (weight). Example: At the target salt intake is 5.8 grams (5800 milligrams) of salt, about 1 teaspoon. From data in this video, non-vegetarians should reduce their salt from 1.5 tsp to 1 tsp/day.Autor: David Zwarych
NO SALT NO SALT!!Autor: Soner Ak
Any tips on a good spice to replace salt with then? At the very least as a way to easy off the use of always adding salt to food?Autor: Madame Traffic Jam
What if most of the time i stay away from salt but some like one every couple month i would eat something really salty... like half a spoon of himalayan salt in my salad. is that harmfulAutor: UltraFit Life
NO SALTAutor: Chris
I've been aware of the danger of sodium chloride ( salt ) in food and avoid adding salt to my vegan diet , but , is potassium chloride just as bad ?Autor: Martin Carter
salt is my achilles heel , but I bet I consume less than most Americans because I eat no meat and way more fruit !Autor: Mirror Mirror Media
But I thought that you said to get rid table salt and switch to pink salt for the minerals In it.Autor: Rick Buisson
I add broth on all my food XD I got low blood pressure 110/60Autor: VegAnn
Correlation is not causation. Many people with high salt intake usually have high salt intake from eating unhealthy foods- it's not just the salt itself in those foods that are causing them to be unhealthy. There is plenty of research out there showing that cutting salt for some people is actually dangerous. There is also no "one size fits all" for salt, some people can function perfectly fine with less than a gram of salt while others NEED more. I'm not saying to eat however much you want but "lower your salt" is not as big of a deal as people make it to be and it should not be said as a blanket statement when it can actually hurt some people.
From my personal experience, I eat probably twice the salt that anybody else eats and have always had low blood pressure. On the other hand my dad died at 47 from hypertension even though he was on medication for it plus he had to cut salt out of his diet 10 years earlier. I know this is anecdotal but as I said, there is no "one size fits all" when it comes to salt. Most people can filter salt very well and it has almost no effect on them while others have an immediate reaction to it. Test it yourself, go on a low salt diet and see if there are any improvementsif not, then you don't need to cut your salt.Autor: Bryan M
I like the pop ups better when they're smaller and in corner.Autor: carb rock.
Are there any studies or info on how much a low sodium diet effects bp? All I've found is 10pts systolic.Autor: Jack D
Please consider discontinuing the little picture of you during these videos. It makes them look significantly less professional and makes me less likely to show it to colleagues.
ThanksAutor: Philip Brooke
Do I need to add salt if I eat no processed foods? I'm a vegan and I basically eat no processed foods what so ever.
I mean, I am guessing you need some amount of salts in your diet?Autor: Orrelion
Wow I am no where near the 1600 mg of salt, but I am a european vegan :/ Right next to me is an old can of veggies I ate as a whole, without the Water it was 455g of veggies (green beans), containing 4g of fucking salt. Either the measurements are wrong or something else is fishy, since they didn't taste salty at all...Autor: HullZ
HAHA I love how Dr. Greger pops up and talks... excellent! haha!Autor: Jared Chan
You and the people that work so hard with you have made a big difference in mine and my husband's life. Thank youAutor: Luanne Dimaggio
Dr. Greger, it's good to alert people about excess sodium but our body requires a balance of potassium and sodium (2:1) correct? Of couse a vegan diet is the most potassium rich diet, so I would expect vegans to have less sodium since it's urinated out. I think it's better to inform people about the WHOLE truth than to just imply we need to cut back on sodium. Electrolyte balance is important for our heart to function. People should be aware of their potassium and sodium intake. The US needs to put potassium content on all food labels to help people make better decisions. Along with this people should drink plenty of water since potassium is a natural diuretic.
Are there any studies with potassium and sodium? Is it bad to have a high sodium intake if your potassium intake is twice the sodium intake?Autor: Ryan Landry
that means the drug companies would lose money on meds. try stopping folks from wanting to eat outAutor: Joe from DC
I’m with McDougall on this one.Autor: TheRedPIll
The logic is unconvincing at best. Salt has been one of the most valuable produce in human history. If you shouldn't take more than a half teaspoon of salt, why has it been sought after for so long a time? Something's wrong about this.Autor: Jaded K
I suffer from a heart condition and am prescribed 5g of salt a day. More than double the recommended 2.3g by the govt.Autor: Fucking Potatoes
Take a look at this....Autor: Mark Seagoe
Please don't stop the pop ups.Autor: ecils
It is not very difficult for omnivores to consume less than 1500 mg of salt daily. I eat meat & meat products at every meal. I eat 3x a day, and often have a snack that may or may not consist of dairy products. My sodium intake is consistently under 1500 mg per day. I believe overconsumption of sodium has more to do with processed foods and portion sizes rather than whether or not a person eats meat and/or meat products. You often tout research that equalizes for various factors, but you fell short on this one.
Yes. Meat eaters tend to make less healthy food choices and eat more processed and fast foods. But that doesn't mean we can't make healthier food choices while eating meat & meat products and STILL consistently be under the 1500mg sodium limit.Autor: Devine Massage
What about Braggs Liquid Aminos? We've been salting our food with that for decades. And for recipes I use Real Salt. It's so strong tasting it doesn't take much.Autor: Sidilicious
As we head off to holiday meals.🤤Autor: Robert Sears
And if you have low blood pressure caused by heat, what is the solution? We are told to take salty food to increase the blood pressure.Autor: Rene Zammit
Uncle Greger, what about those of us who love fermenting our own sauerkraut? Should we stop consuming this gut healthy treat?Autor: Gentle Brother
Thanks!Autor: Maxim C.
The human body needs salt but the right kind of salts, not table salt. Sea saltAutor: mgrella63
What about those of us who have low blood pressure? Is salt/sodium a good idea?Autor: Replenish Rewire
... Why is the recommendation for African Americans lower than for everyone else?Autor: JustOneAsbesto
Sumac, the Super Food with an Off-the-Charts ORAC Value ιs a very good subsidy for salt.Autor: NICK COIN
I love my pink salt sooooo natural 😀😀😀😀and Celtic saltAutor: Adam Alfred
Excellent video and information, thank you dr Greger.
I hope Dr Greger that you’ll try Homeopathy or look deeper into this science and reassess your view about it, because homeopathic treatment has literally saved my mother life, and made the greatest positive changes in all my family health .Autor: shean7890
any good info on kalium/natrium ratio, can you take in more salt if you eat more bananas?Autor: YTSince2006
I have eaten no added salt now for 13 years... totally thriving for the last 10 years on a raw vegan diet :) 15 years vegan :) I add in wakame seaweed and also dulse in small amounts each day ... drink celery juice and add celery to my snacks , dressings and sauces : ) PLANT BASED VEGAN FOR THE WIN :) thank you for all of your hard work Dr. Greger :)Autor: TANNYRAW
i went vegan last independence day (independence from standard american bullshit) and now, for this thanksgiving, i'm giving up most restaurant food (unless it's salt-free, oil-free, and processed sugar free) and literally framing genesis on my bedroom wall. i'm thankful for real food that doesn't need preservatives or over processingAutor: Chacha5678
New rule: Salt is evil.Autor: Διονύσιος
where did they get these people for the study i find it hard to believe people out there are eating 12 GRAMS of salt a day....Autor: hazard1024
no one would eat meat without heavy use of salt because it tastes disgustingAutor: velo1337
i just find it insane how much ppl eat oh my goodness. even when i'm eating my most salty foods, i don't eat nearly as much as the american average.Autor: JellyfishGroupStan