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WED., JUL. 23, 2014: JUST-RELEASED NATURAL HEALTH STUDY
HIGH-SALT DIET DOUBLES CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE RISK IN DIABETICS: New research has found that people with type 2 diabetes who eat a diet high in salt face a 100 percent higher risk of cardiovascular disease than diabetics who consume less sodium. (Cardiovascular disease death rates are about 1.7 times higher among adults diagnosed with diabetes than those who were not.) These findings are among the first to provide clear scientific evidence that low-sodium diets reduce the rate of heart disease among diabetics. Researchers divided the 1,558 diabetic participants into four groups based on their sodium intake and found that people who ate the most sodium, an average of 5.9 grams daily, doubled their risk of developing cardiovascular disease compared to those who ate, on average, 2.8 grams of sodium daily. The effects of a high-sodium diet were exacerbated by poor blood sugar control. The researchers suggested that type 2 diabetes patients who restrict salt in their diet can help prevent dangerous complications from diabetes. This research report was posted online July 22, 2014 ahead of later publication in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. The full-text version of the study can be read at http://tinyurl.com/lgh3uzy without charge.

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DID YOU KNOW...?
Diacetyl, a compound found in margarine, microwave popcorn, and even in fermented beverages, intensifies the plaque-forming effects of Alzheimer's disease, reports the journal Chemical Research in Toxicology.

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