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Salt normally know as sodium chloride (NaCL)  and has usually been taken in all kind of foods, doesn't matter what are you making salt is always included in at as a compulsory ingredient. For many years it was said that too much salt is bad for your healthy life, taking too much salt can increase high blood pressure, cause heart diseases, strokes, stomach cancel etc But now a new research about SALT says that they have found that a high-salt diet worsens symptoms in autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis.

salt linked to autoimmune disease.

The autoimmune disease has risen by 5%-7% over the fast 30 years and it can not be explained by genetics. DNA has not changed rapidly. Researchers say that many more explanation likes toxin, smoking,low level of D-vitamin can into occur but none of them provided a appropriate answer.


The first clue which defines the link between salt and autoimmune system was came from burger and fries, the researches took 80 subjects over a year and keep researching on them. In order to find how the salt effects they started doing their experiment on rats, an animal version of research and according to them those who ate more salt were four times more likely to develop than those who didn't.

After doing some more research they came to know about the fact that those specially smokers use to take more satls likely have double the risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis.