Sodium and Fat Loss

A trainer buddy of mine recently told me that cutting sodium way down while dieting will increase fat loss and/or to much sodium while dieting will inhibit fat loss. His contention was that too much sodium (although he did not mention how much) would cause water retention which then “protects” the fat. While I am well aware that sodium causes water retention, I have never heard of it inhibiting fat loss. Anyone know if there is any truth behind this?


Im pretty sure that salt just makes you look fat by causing edema… It doesnt make you fat, just bloated

Hey, commoon. You can even pop Dianabol while cutting up. And that if something causes you water retention. Protects the fat…, he must be a pro!!