You May Be Eating Too Much Salt
It’s time to ditch the salt shaker and switch to low-sodium packaged foods if you haven’t already. Too much sodium in your diet could impact the chances of you developing subcapsular cataracts, considered the most serious kinds, according to research. A large, population-based Australian study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology found there was a clear link between a high sodium intake in subjects’ diets and the development of posterior subcapsular cataracts.
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