Part VII – Dietary Villains: Salt Scare

An in-depth look at the controversy surrounding the low salt diet and whether salt reduction is beneficial leading to the surprising conclusion that salt is not nearly the dietary villain we all believed.

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2017-09-02T11:54:30+00:00 0 Comments

About the Author:

Dr. Fung is a Toronto based kidney specialist, having graduated from the University of Toronto and finishing his medical specialty at the University of California, Los Angeles in 2001. He is the author of the bestsellers ‘The Obesity Code’ and ‘The Complete Guide to Fasting’. He has pioneered the use of therapeutic fasting for weight loss and type 2 diabetes reversal in his IDM clinic.

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Arne Bjermeland

Excellent presentation! It would nice to have a transcript to accompany and the other videos, like dr. Greger has. Cheers!

Roger Bird

I think that Jason is the only speaker who can keep me from looking at the timer because I am so fixated on what he has to say. And the surprise is that I already knew the general direction that he went in. No surprise to me, other than the fact that I was so fixated that I hardly looked at the timer.

Lars Phillips

Any comments Dr, Fung, on the articles below debunking the noted study, saying patients studied had too poor of health?

I consume 4-5 grams of salt daily (add lots of pink Himalayan to everything as I only have 3 hour feeding window daily).
My blood pressure has improved in past year on LCHF keto.

Peter Sjögren

Dear Dr. Fung, as a swede and father of a 10 month old baby I constanlty hear the danngers of putting salt into childrens food. Is there any truth to that or is it based on the same misconception you present in this video? Best regards,

Peter Sjögren