Skip to comments.1 in 10 U.S. Deaths Blamed on Salt
Posted on 03/22/2013 8:36:23 PM PDT by Tolerance Sucks Rocks
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Beware of the eeeeevil salt shaker!
Nanny State PING!
All this time I thought it was those pesky A-salt rifles
125 out of every 10 deaths is caused by something the government wants to regulate.
1 in 4 Bible Deaths Blamed on Salt
“... you have to be incredibly motivated, incredibly educated, have access to a range of foods and do all the cooking yourself.”
What a crock of s***. Labels are on all types of foods, and avoid fast food. They confuse “incredibly motivated” with lazy as hell.
I've SEEN the future. Do you know what it is? It's a 47-year-old virgin sitting around in his beige pajamas, drinking a banana-broccoli shake, singing "I'm an Oscar Meyer Wiener".
10%, I doubt that ... more are lost to ghetto gang bangers then to salt.
Studies point to stunning statistics that 100% of all deaths are caused by mortality.
An incredible and sobering point.
In other news, the Obama Administration has awarded $250 billion to several who will study the problem. It is feared there may be an impact to the administration of ObamaCare but, likely it will have an accretive effect that could sharply cuts costs during end of life management for those over 65.
Very sodium indeed...
Everyone is shook up about it...
The war on salt
That’s one fine rant.
There’s no doubt about it - the principal cause of death is life.
I call warmed leavings of a male cow on this one.
OH MY GOD! How did we survive all these years without banning or restricting people’s salt intake! McDonalds can now be charged with possessing WMDs!
With 900 milligrams of sodium per teaspoon of soy sauce, the government is considering how certain changes in the delivery of wasabi can impact health.
NHS and Kathleen Sebelius are outlining rules based on the Pritikin Diet, which finds that you can replace sodium laced soy sauce with rice vinegar reducing salt intact nearly 100% but, still giving that hot but quickly dissapating taste wasabi is so well known for and enjoyed.
In other news, a certain Freeper did stop in at Whole Foods and did find an excellent soy sauce replacement that has only 100 milligrams of sodium and tastes just like soy sauce.
In fact, I replaced the soy sauce with this and no one could tell the difference.
It’s called Bragg, Liquid Aminos, Natural Soy Sauce Alternative. It’s only $4 bucks for 16 ounces and there is no reason not to use it.
Great on rice and with sushi. You won’t be able to taste the difference but your body will be able to tell.
That’s all we use now. No more soy sauce.
Male cow? Now I gotta watch out for those male hens and male ewes too; and we gotta keep the male vixens away from the female-roosterhouse. (Canine equivalent: not going there.)
It has been said that the primary career goal of an epidemiologist should be to retire with his reputation at least partially intact. This a-h is not going to make it, and his Harvard cred won't save him. The role of sodium in health problems is highly ambiguous at best.
Thanks for the ping!
Says the snails and slugs.
Screw them. I just had a few Cape Cod Kettle Cooked potato chips.
These Harvard pseudoscientists are not worth their salt. (No salt, no salary.)
Wuz just going there....
Civilization never would have survived if they hadn’t used salt to preserve food.
Salt kills ya!
Eggs kill ya!
Beef kills ya!
Coffee kills ya!
At some point in time the very health conscience will be dying and wondering what the heck happened.
Don’t get me wrong..I have the utmost respect for health conscience people. But the bottom line is..we all started dying the day we were born. Some of us slowly..some fast.
The nanny state wants to make sure you live longer. Yet they will deny healthcare to the elderly and send you home to die. Then you can eat all the salt you want.
Indeed it is. I recall complaints from lab mavens in solid state physics that we leave it all over everything we touch. Recall the Bell System Science Series film, HEMO THE MAGNIFICENT, which made a dramatic scene out of the announcement that sea water is the closest thing to human blood. The word "salary" comes from the Latin word for salt.
My opinion, which is my own, is that a low-salt diet is in fact a deprivation diet. The human body regulates its salt content with robust mechanisms, and our taste for this mineral serves the purpose of insuring a minimum level.
I suppose it may be true that lowering the level below what the body provides for, particularly as we age, may have the salutary effect which is claimed, but this requires that we force the level below what the wisdom of our body, such as it may be, decrees.
There are some obvious tie-ins with obesity claims.
Everything in that study may be obsolete.
Simulated Mars mission reveals bodys sodium rhythms
The findings suggest that current medical practice and studies that rely on 24-hour urine samples to determine salt intake are not accurate......
LIFE IS FATAL.
yes...and it is refined salt that is the problem! Daaaaa! abc missed the vital facts. Search sea salt and how you can and should eat much of it daily.
“All this time I thought it was those pesky A-salt rifles”
It is all about the A-salt shakers (magazines) that allow the dispensing of too many crystals in one shake. And it is also all about the wrong kind of salt (ammo) - if it is not RealSalt, totally unprocessed, it is too deadly for anyone except the Surgeon General/FDA/AMA to handle...they are currently buying 1.6 billion grains to protect us from ourselves by making this stuff scarce.
Seriously (more seriously that the seriously written comments in the preceding paragraph), salt is not a killer...if it is natural, unprocessed. The ‘table salt’ we find in the grocery store is processed, and is not healthy, though it does not do what this article is suggesting. Low sodium...is it healthy? Depends...
Some low sodium products are very high in potassium, a very good thing. We are all generally shy on our potassium intake. Natural salt (unprocessed) is not unhealthy. RealSalt, Himalayan Salt are healthy. Sea salt? better than processed salt, but not as good as the RealSalt or Himalayan Salt lsid down in ancient sea beds eons ago before there were bad contaminants (Mercury etc) in the seas.
I am past mid 70...I am healthy...recent blood work shows everything in ‘spec’...even the non issue ‘cholesterol’. I am on no prescription meds. Only health problem is cateracts, and those will soon be corrected...asked Doc about incidence...he said everybody gets cateracts...and he told me I will see better than I have ever seen (I’ve worn glasses since I was 5). The point of this is that I like salt...I use a lot of salt...and I also like fat, especially butter - my butter consumption is way beyond the average in this country, and I eat butter, not anykind of butter substitute (all margarines, etc are bad for us). I also eat bacon, several times a week, and if I wind up at a certain breakfast buffet that has unlimited bacon, I PIG out. I do not worry about any kind of animal fat. I eat eggs, lots of ‘em. Eggs are healthy. Egg white substitutes are not (the yoke is better for you than the white).
Etc etc etc...
Another point of view:
That movie was way ahead of it’s time. Little did anyone know that was going to be New York someday.
One fine copy of one fine rant.
“(Canine equivalent: not going there.)”
You mean you won’t go to male-bitch, i.e. Reid, McConnell, Boehner...?
Denis Leary, right?
I knew the country was in trouble when Kissinger (or was it Brzezinski?) signed the SALT Agreements! Now what?
Salt is currently cheap....that will soon change. I wonder what (high priced) artificial salt substitute will be PUSHED on us?
Mmm, I think I’ll sit down and enjoy a nice salty pretzel.
Too numerous to mention.
I absolutely agree with this.
Yep, in Demolition Man
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