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Is true that salty crackers can cause swelling?
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Dr. David Schleimer
Dentistry - Orthodontics
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In brief: Yes
In moderation probably not, however, what is known is: that salt or sodium causes an imbalance of fluid distribution in the body and pursuant to swelling, it causes retention of body fluids: this leads to swelling or "edema".
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In brief: Yes
In moderation probably not, however, what is known is: that salt or sodium causes an imbalance of fluid distribution in the body and pursuant to swelling, it causes retention of body fluids: this leads to swelling or "edema".
Good luck!
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