Salt Doesn’t Kill You, After All
How many of you believe that eating too much salt is a no-no? Eating too much salt is a horrible thing. I know you all do. Guess what? It’s not so. Folks, let me tell you something, I’m seriously beginning to think that much of what is wrong with us generally, and particularly health-wise, is due to the way the liberal academia, liberal scientists, report what they do and study what they do. It’s not science. It’s nothing more than an agenda that is supposedly cloaked in science, but it’s nothing more than agenda-driven liberalism.
This salt debate. There’s a debate on it now, a debate thought to be over long ago: Too much salt, high blood pressure. All kinds of horrible things. But no less than the New York Times on Saturday, by the way: “Salt, We Misjudged You.” Let me give you the pull quote here. “One could still argue that all these people should reduce their salt intake to prevent hypertension –” high blood pressure for those in Rio Linda, “– except for the fact that four of these studies — involving Type 1 diabetics, Type 2 diabetics, healthy Europeans and patients with chronic heart failure — reported that the people eating salt at the lower limit of normal were more likely to have heart disease than those eating smack in the middle of the normal range.