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Salt and sodium


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  • Website: Harvard School of Public Health
  • Resource type: Article

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Too much sodium may lead to high blood pressure, heart disease or stroke. You should eat less than a teaspoon of salt a day. People who are 50+, have high blood pressure or diabetes should limit salt to less than two-thirds of a teaspoon.


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salt, sodium chloride, hypertension, diet

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Rated on: 7/9/2015 12:33:25 PM

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