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Excess of salt in the diet a probable factor in the causation of cancer

James Braithwaite

Excess of salt in the diet a probable factor in the causation of cancer

by James Braithwaite

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Published by [John Bale] in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cancer -- Risk factors.,
  • Cancer -- Diet therapy.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James Braithwaite.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18658388M

    Although not as common, too little salt also can have negative health side effects. That condition, called hyponatremia, is most often caused by the use of diuretics or severe diarrhea or vomiting less common occurrences, hyponatremia can be caused by not eating enough salt, excreting too much sodium through prolonged exercise (such as marathon running), or drinking too much water 4.   Excess salt can damage the stomach lining and cause lesions. Over time, those lesions can turn into cancer. 17 There’s also an increased risk of nose and throat cancer. Even breast cancer has been linked to high salt intake. 18 9.

    Cancer is recognized as the number 1 most important "killer", overtaking cardiovascular disease Overall cancer rates among adults around the world vary minimally, but the types of cancers are dramatically different Environmental factors linked to cancer tobacco, diet Diet may affect cancer . Salt, natural salt, and salts; an article by Chris Woollams. Sodium, potassium and magnesium. In my book, The Rainbow Diet, I explain that the ideal diet is a colourful, varied one; a fusion between the French and the Mediterranean Diets. I warn of the perils of sodium; and advocate the benefits of potassium and magnesium.

    Cancer is a complex group of diseases with many possible causes. In this section you can learn more about the known causes of cancer, including genetic factors; lifestyle factors such as tobacco use, diet, and physical activity; certain types of infections; and environmental exposures to different types of chemicals and radiation. Feb. 9, — Age significantly impaired the ability of rats to get rid of excess sodium when exposed to a high-salt diet, according to research. Findings could have implications for salt.


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Excess of salt in the diet a probable factor in the causation of cancer by James Braithwaite Download PDF EPUB FB2

It i this: 1. That excess of salt in the diet is one of four factors which originate the disease. This is the essential factor, but it is inoperative without at least one.

and probably two, of the others. Excess of salt may arise from individual taste, or from much salt meat, or from too much ordinary meat, which of course involves much by: EXCESS OF SALT IN THE DIET A PROBABLE FACTOR IN THE CAUSATION OF CANCER. Crichton Miller, M.B. Edin. EXCESS OF SALT IN THE DIET A PROBABLE FACTOR IN THE CAUSATION OF CANCER.

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Crichton Miller. for food storage, excess dietary salt intake remains very common. Gastric cancer is a common neoplasia, and dietary factors, including salt consumption, are considered relevant to its causation.

A number of experimental studies supported the cocarcinogenic effect Cited by:   Gastric cancer is a common neoplasia, and dietary factors, including salt consumption, are considered relevant to its by: means the cancer was racing through her body at a breakneck pace. Her doctors gave her six weeks to live.

Thankfully, Kathy had read about an under-the-radar cancer remedy. It’s a special type of salt that’s shunned by the mainstream medical community here in the U.S.

Yet it. A high-salt diet in humans and experimental animals is known to cause gastritis, has been associated with a high risk of atrophic gastritis, and is considered a gastric tumor promoter. In laboratory rodents, salt is known to cause gastritis, and when coadministered, it promotes the carcinogenic effects of known gastric carcinogens.

Because Helicobacter pylori has been associated with a. The overuse of salt can cause chemical imbalances that can lead to death. Salt is the major factor contributing to stroke and heart attacks in South Africa, claiming more lives.

The relationship between dietary fats and cancer has long been recognized and has received considerable attention as a possible risk factor in the causation of colon cancer. A recent ecological study observed that mortality data of colorectal cancer for 22 European countries, the USA, and Canada were correlated with consumption of animal fat.

Excess sodium increases blood pressure because it holds excess fluid in the body, and that creates an added burden on the heart. Too much sodium will increase your risk of. Although salt intake is considered a probable risk factor for gastric cancer, relevant studies have provided heterogeneous results, and the magnitude of.

Reduction of salt intake helps reduce blood pressure, a major cause of cardiovascular diseases. Cancer:tobacco is the number one cause of cancer, but dietary factors contribute significantly to some types of cancer.

Maintaining a healthy weight will reduce the risk for cancers of the oesophagus, colorectum, breast, endometrium and kidney. Salt intake was first reported as a possible risk factor for stomach cancer in In some early studies, using refrigerators for food storage, which may be an indicator of less salted food consumption or decreased salt intake, was found to be correlated with a reduction in stomach cancer rates[ 10, 11 ], leading researchers to hypothesize that salt intake may play a role in the development.

Salt is an important part of the diet and its components play essential roles in your body. However, for some people, too much salt may be associated with conditions like an increased risk of.

Braithwaite J. Excess of salt in the diet: a probable factor in the causation of cancer. Lancet ;ii– Hochman A, Ratzkowski E, Schreiber H. Incidence of carcinoma of the cervix in Israel. Br J Cancer ;– Kennaway EL. Racial and social incidence of cancer of the uterus.

The WCRF report concluded that salt is a ‘probable’ cause of stomach cancer. The reason why salt may increase the risk of stomach cancer is not known definitely, although the report describes how previous observational studies have noted that certain dietary factors, in particular salty and salted foods, are associated with what is called atrophic gastritis.

Hypernatremia can occur when there is a too much water loss or too much sodium gain in the body. The result is too little body water for the amount of total body sodium. The American Heart Association helps you learn what excess sodium in your diet can do to your health and appearance. so you can be Healthy For Good.

Download a PDF. 9 out of 10 Americans consume too much sodium. A major factor contributing to the decline in iron deficiency anemia among poor preschool children in the U.S.

is a. better nutrition education of parents, so that foods children need are actually being served. the federal Food Stamp Program (now called SNAP). Consuming too much sodium in the presence of other disorders or dietary factors might increase your risk of stomach cancer, kidney stones or osteoporosis.

Chronic high salt intake can damage the. A study published in the International Journal of Epidemiology found that death from stomach cancer in both men and women was closely linked to salt consumption.

High salt intake is also associated with stomach ulcers. There’s been some disagreement in the scientific community about how much salt in the diet is too much. But most long-term studies show that excess sodium can raise blood pressure in many people and people’s hearts are typically healthier.

Jan. 29, -- Salt has for years been cited as a cause of high blood new research suggests high-salt diets may harm your brain, too. .Research has also shown a connection between high-sodium diets and other health problems, such as kidney stones and even stomach cancer.

Weight gain might be a consequence of a high-sodium diet.