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2011-12-29 02:27:00

TEL-AVIV, Israel, December 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- -- Pending Approval of Agreement By Israeli Government, Royalties on Dead Sea Potash to Increase from 5% to 10% for Volumes Over 1.5M Tonnes through 2030 - - ICL To Bear 100% of Dead Sea Salt Harvesting Expense - -- Agreement To Eliminate Major Uncertainties Regarding ICL's Future Activities and Obligations, While Insuring the Viable Co-existence of Tourism & Industry...

2011-12-26 06:23:18

(Ivanhoe Newswire) — Infants around six months of age who have been introduced to starchy table foods- which often contain salt- have a greater preference for salty taste than do infants not yet eating these foods. The exposed infants consumed 55 percent more salt during a preference test than infants who weren´t introduce to starchy foods. At preschool age, the same infants were more likely to consume plain salt, demonstrating the enduring influence of early dietary exposure....

2011-12-21 11:44:51

High salt meals in staff canteens of salt policy makers: Observational study Salt policy makers in the Netherlands are consuming more than the average daily recommended salt intake of 6 grams in one hot meal at their work canteens, finds a study in the Christmas issue published on bmj.com today. The authors, led by Dr Lizzy Brewster at the University of Amsterdam, say the policy makers eating at their staff canteens were consuming around 15.4 grams of salt a day. They warn that this...

Preference For Salted Foods Imprinted In Early Childhood
2011-12-21 11:42:21

Researchers from the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia, report that infants as young as 6-months of age who have been introduced to starchy table foods have a greater preference for salt than do infants not yet eating these foods. Table foods such as crackers, bread and cereals contain high levels of salt, Jenny Hope reports for The Mail Online. The exposed infants consumed 55 percent more salt during a preference test than did infants not yet introduced to starchy foods. By...

2011-11-28 17:16:03

Scientists from Max Planck identify gene responsible for hypertension Hypertension is an endemic condition with far-reaching consequences. For instance, high blood pressure is the main cause of heart attacks and strokes. Other organs are also damaged by the chronic condition. Hypertension is attributed to a high salt intake and a genetic predisposition. Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research in Bad Nauheim have now discovered that even a normal salt intake can...

2011-11-28 09:45:00

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Nov. 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- After your holiday toast this year, save the champagne you don't drink. Experts say it can be combined with Epsom salt for a relaxing soak that detoxifies, constricts your pores and helps tone your skin. "Opened champagne can go to waste or go flat quickly," said Kristin Fraser Cotte, CEO and founder of The Grapeseed Company. "This is a way to utilize it and have great skin benefits." Fraser Cotte suggests a "Grapes of Bath...

Salt Consumption Debate: Too Much Or Too Little?
2011-11-23 12:56:56

Doctors and health experts have warned us for years that too much salt intake is bad for our health, but a new study from researchers at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada suggests that too little salt intake may be just as bad for our heart health as higher doses. The new study suggests that in people with heart disease, eating too little salt is linked to a higher risk of heart-related hospitalizations and deaths nearly as much as too much salt intake. It also suggests that...

2011-11-23 10:09:20

For persons with cardiovascular disease or diabetes, urinary sodium excretion (a surrogate for salt intake) at higher levels or at lower levels compared to mid-range values was associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular events (for higher levels) or cardiovascular death and hospitalization for congestive heart failure (for lower levels), according to a study in the November 23/30 issue of JAMA. Also, higher estimated urinary potassium excretion was associated with a reduced risk of...

2011-11-11 08:00:00

Salt Institute says federal bureaucrats will be held responsible for ignoring solid medical research while pushing a dangerous, low-sodium diet on an unsuspecting public Silver Spring, MD (PRWEB) November 11, 2011 At a Thursday (Nov. 10) FDA public hearing about ways to bring about population-wide salt reduction, the Salt Institute warned federal officials and anti-salt ideologues that they are responsible for the health outcomes of their full-speed-ahead agenda to put all Americans on a...

Benefits of Low-Sodium Diets Questioned
2011-11-10 06:41:43

A new study, published online in the American Journal of Hypertension on Wednesday, has raised questions about the health benefits of low-sodium diets. In fact, according to CBS News reporter Ryan Jaslow, the study found that cutting back on salt could actually raise multiple risk factors for heart disease, including cholesterol levels. In fact, the research discovered that, while cutting back on dietary salt lowered blood pressure, it also resulted in an average cholesterol increase of...


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2005-05-25 18:44:16

In chemistry, salt is a general term used for ionic compounds composed of positively charged cations and negatively charged anions, so that the product is neutral and without a net charge. These ions can be inorganic (Cl-) as well as organic (CH3-COO-) and monoatomic (F-) as well as polyatomic ions (SO42-). Solutions of salts in water are called electrolytes. Electrolytes as well as molten salts conduct electricity. Zwitterions are salts that contain an anionic center and a cationic...

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