More Salt = More Strokes, More Senility

Growing scientific data is linking the consumption of more salt with an increased risk of memory loss, stroke, and senility. For example, the November 8, 2011 issue of Neurology reported the results of a study, which followed 23,752 older (mean age 64) people for 4 years. At baseline all the subjects had tested normal for cognitive function. They also were assessed for stroke risk using the Framin...

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