7 Reasons Why Removing Salt From Your Diet Is A Bad Idea

From increased diabetes risk, heart problems, hyponatremia, weight gain to increased cholesterol and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.

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Intro – 0:00
Increased risk of death from heart failure – 00:47
Increased diabetes risk – 01:21
You will suffer internal starvation – 02:10
Higher risk of hyponatremia – 02:55
Low blood pressure – 03:35
Unexpected weight gain – 03:55
Increased bad cholesterol levels – 04:30

Health Benefits Of Salt

Helps you stay hydrated – 05:09
Balances electrolytes and prevents muscle cramping – 05:34
Helps thyroid function properly – 05:55
A Healthier Nervous System – 06:35
Improved Digestion – 06:57
Better Skin Health And Lower Inflammation – 07:27
Stronger Immune System – 08:09


1. Increased risk of death from heart failure: Heart failure is when the heart is not able to pump enough blood around the body to meet its needs for blood and oxygen. This doesn’t mean that your heart stops working completely, but it’s still a very serious health issue.

2. Increased diabetes risk: Cutting down salt can set into motion an unfortunate cascade of changes that result in insulin resistance, an increase in sugar craving and an out of control appetite. All these factors combined can add extra pounds on your body.

3. You will suffer internal starvation: The changes caused by a no salt diet will affect you whether or not you gain weight. You can be metabolically overweight. This is sometimes called Thin Outside Fat Inside or skinny fat. In this condition you can have a normal Body Mass Index but still be depositing fat around your organs and belly, which is the dangerous and unhealthy kind of fat.

4. Higher risk of hyponatremia: Hyponatremia is a condition characterized by low levels of sodium in the blood. Its symptoms are similar to those caused by dehydration. In severe cases, the brain may swell, which can lead to headaches, seizures, coma, and even death.

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