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Publisher's Summary

PLEASE NOTE: This is a summary and analysis of the book and not the original book. 

Medical researcher Dr. James DiNicolantonio presents some astounding findings regarding the long-standing demonization of salt in our diets in his eye-opening book The Salt Fix.

What does this ZIP Reads Summary include? 

  • Synopsis of the original book
  • The myth about salt and high blood pressure
  • Why our bodies need more salt than we think
  • How the war against salt started
  • The true culprit behind heart disease
  • How to change your salt intake to change your life
  • Editorial reivew
  • Background on the author

About the Original Book: For the millions of people who suffer from a wide range of medical issues, The Salt Fix may be the breakthrough they need. Along with extensive research proving that low levels of salt in the diet are harmful, there is also factual data showing how addressing this need will positively influence the body and return it to its most optimal functioning. If you are truly concerned about your health and think you are doing all you can to safeguard it, this book will provide you with a completely different look at the guidelines and medical advice that have been misleading people for many years. 

DISCLAIMER: This book is intended as a companion to, not a replacement for, The Salt Fix. ZIP Reads is wholly responsible for this content and is not associated with the original author in any way. 

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Great audio book on salt

This summary is fantastic easy to understand and follow and one wanting to know the truth about salt must listen to this!

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  • 29-03-2019

Missing out scientific evidences

Missing out scientific discussion and evidences.. Good summary but unconvincing talk as there is no analysis or discussion of the conflicting results of the multiple major studies addressing possible harms or benefits from salt restrictions...

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  • anon
  • 31-08-2020

Don’t waste your money - missed all the relevant information

What an absolute waste of my time. I read the book first and found it very interesting with a wide selection of useful information and dietary advice in regards to salt intake and for me improving health and well-being with a focus on exercise. In the book it clearly highlights quantities in grams of salt required for daily health, as well as several strategic plans for pre-during and post exercise when using salt to improve physical performance. This brief synopsis had none of it. It removed almost all of the relevant information that is contained within the book it covered nothing to do with dietary requirements, any of the pertinent information, it didn’t cover any of the exercise elements. An absolute waste of money, A waste of 45 minutes of my time. Buy the book, Don’t waste your time money or effort on this... Whoever did the synopsis has done a half arsed job at best... or they can’t read

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