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” secondary to the intake of large amounts of grain, fruit, sugar and starch induces tubular sodium reabsorption.”
Yes, this is because every glucose molecule is surrounded by 190 water molecules. So then the glucose molecule surrounded by 190 water molecules need another 1.28 Na ions to maintain the sodium concentration of 141 mmol/L. So a high carbohydrate load in the body retains water that retains salt, not the other way around.