1) Salt is bad.
Truth: Being low on salt is bad.
People who reduce their salt intake to U.S. dietary guidelines are 37% more likely to die of cardiovascular disease, and 28% more likely to die overall. Salt protects your heart and helps lift blood pressure to your body’s desired level.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) published a 114-page document in April 2013 about the threat of antibiotic resistance.
The report warns of catastrophic consequences of “inaction” on the issue of antibiotic resistance, then moves on to define four “core aggressive actions”: Continue reading