New Studies on Salt: Adverse Influence Upon Immunity, Inflammation and Autoimmunity

New Studies on Salt: Adverse Influence Upon Immunity, Inflammation and Autoimmunity

New Studies on Salt: Adverse Influence Upon Immunity, Inflammation and Autoimmunity

Loren Cordain

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INTRODUCTION

The Paleo community clearly is not in complete agreement on all dietary issues. One of the more touchy topics is added dietary salt.  A number of popular (non-scientific/non-peer review) bloggers advocate the use of refined salt or various forms of sea salt added to recipes and meals.1 Highly salted meats such as bacon are wildly popular in the Paleosphere.2 Other concentrated, salty foods such as cheese, olives, canned sardines, tuna, anchovies, caviar, salted nuts, manufactured jerky, canned tomato paste, and other salted, processed foods frequently find their way into so-called Paleo diets. You will be hard pressed to find a Paleo diet cookbook anywhere that is completely free of added, salt – that is, except for one The Real Paleo Diet Cookbook (Houghton, Mifflin, Harcourt, New York, 2015).

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