US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists from Germany have come to the conclusion that in the human body, cooking deposits can lead to allergies. It is reported by MedicalXpress.
Scientists conducted a skin analysis in patients with atopic dermatitis. As a result, it turned out that the sodium level in the affected areas is 30 times higher than normal.
In addition, it was found that sodium chloride affects T cells, forcing them to produce an increased amount of proteins that play an important role in immunity. Moreover, with an excess, they can cause the development of inflammatory skin diseases.
According to scientists, allergic reactions decrease after T cells cease to be affected by sodium chloride.
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