Test Your Salt Sense

Although your body needs no more than 500 mg of sodium daily, most Americans get 8-10 times that amount. Most of it comes from salt added to processed food (cereals, crackers and bread are the greatest source in the American diet)and meals eaten away from home. Should you worry? Excess salt intake raises blood pressure and is a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke. If you already have hy...

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