Research links use of salt to adult onset diabetes by Surender Neravetla, M.D.
On August 08, 2017
The following was published in Springfield News-Sun on June 30, 2017:
Shockingly bad news is buried in the recent article in the New York Times on salt which most people who contacted me interpreted to mean that they don’t have to watch salt in their diet.
Closer review of the article reveals a link between table salt and diabetes, a clue I have been searching for at least a decade. I have been concerned about the close association between high blood pressure and adult onset diabetes (type II diabetes). I have noticed that diabetes often develops in someone a few years after the diagnosis of high blood pressure. Yes indeed, diabetes, which affects the human body from head to toe and every organ system in between and is one of the most disabling and deadly diseases, can now be tied to our salt habit.
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Dr. Surender Neravetla, M.D. was recently at the Springfield OH Book Fair hosted by Hen House Publishing at Mother Stewart's Brewing
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