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Pizza Hut's Pizza Is Saltier In America Than Anywhere Else In The World
What's So Bad About Too Much Salt?
Mount Sinai Health System
Researchers, who analyzed data from 187 countries, reported that more than 1.6 million cardiovascular-related deaths per year can be attributed to sodium consumption above 2 grams per day. Almost no country or region is immune. Salt is fueling the global hypertension epidemic.
The Truth About Salt And Your Body
Recent Controversy Over Reducing Sodium Intake
Samuel J. Mann, M.D.
Professor of Clinical Medicine, New York Presbyterian Hospital...
Rigid exclusion of all sodium from our diet is difficult to do and could conceivably be harmful. Moderation can only help and will not hurt us. The goal of reducing salt intake should not be cast aside.
5 Surprising Ways You Could Be Damaging Your Kidneys
Leslie Spry, M.D., FACP
National Kidney Foundation spokesperson; Medical director, Dia...
While some habits are commonly accepted as unhealthy, there are other everyday behaviors that don't seem harmful but in actuality may be damaging your body. Could you be harming your kidneys without realizing it?
7 Food Swaps Science Says You Should Make Right Now
John Whyte, M.D., MPH
Former Chief Medical Expert and VP, Health and Medical Educati...
There's a lot of confusing information about food out there. Here are seven easy changes you can make today to help settle some of these health questions in your life, and start on the path to a longer, healthier life.
Transform 6 Favorite Salty Meals For Better Health
Sound Mind Sound Body: From Childhood to Adulthood
Fitness expert, nutrition advocate, wellness guru, father
As a followup to my "Cooking Healthy for Kid" post, a critical study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on children's over-consumption of salt raises red flags for me.
Confused About Salt?
Michael F. Jacobson
Executive Director, Center for Science in the Public Interest
The world's leading health authorities -- from the American Heart Association to the World Health Organization -- have urged people to cut back on salt (sodium). There simply is no controversy: Medical experts are nearly unanimous that we're eating too much salt.
8 Foods With More Salt Than Potato Chips
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