That Food Might Not Be As Salty As You Think

 

There’s good reason to trim salt from your diet. Excess sodium is linked to rising blood pressure and risks of heart attack, stoke, heart failure, and stomach cancer. Eating too much sodium may also raise your chances of developing osteoporosis and kidney stones. According to the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, we consume, on average, more than 3400 mg of sodium per day, but should reduce...

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