Research Suggests Salt Intake May Be Too Low
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Lil Wayne, the artist with multi-platinum and Grammy Award winner, has decided to move their European tour along with Mac Miller to enable it to finalize the release of his tenth album in the best possible conditions. Forest National concert originally scheduled on March 25, the date was postponed to Thursday, October 17.
The American star said: "I reject my European tour in order to better prepare for the worldwide release of my new album" I Am Not A Human Being II "scheduled for March 26. I prefer not to upset both the release of my album, my tour. It is therefore against heart that I decided to reschedule my tour in October 2013. I can not thank my European fans enough for their patience and understanding. I very much look forward to coming to play in Europe with Mac Miller in the fall. I refuse to do things by halves and promise to all my fans for their book an unforgettable sight. '
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According to a Belgian-led study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association salt may be good for you and the current health warnings on its use with food may be wrong.
The study, Fatal and Nonfatal Outcomes, Incidence of Hypertension, and Blood Pressure Changes in Relation to Urinary Sodium Excretion, disputes conventional wisdom that too much salt in the diet leads to an increase in hypertension and blood pressure.
Doctors in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland and Russia, studied 3,681 healthy, middle-aged Europeans and monitored their salt usage. The researchers found that those who used higher than recommended levels of salt were no more likely to develop high blood pressure than those who used less with their food. One of the findings suggested that the rate of heart disease seemed to decrease with the amount of salt that was added to the diet.
Another finding suggested that over the period of the study there were 50 deaths in a third of the participants using the lowest amount of salt, and just ten deaths among those with the highest salt levels. Doctors from the US-based Centers for Disease Control dispute this study, believing that the intake of salt should be limited.
The research is the culminiation of work carried out over 25 years including the latest period of research between 2005 and 2008.