12 October 2006
The Food Guys: Subbing for Salt ó
Food Doesnít Have to be Boring
High blood pressure is only one of the health problems associated with
excess sodium intake. According to the American Medical Association, too much sodium in the diet may threaten bone density and
strength, increase risk of stomach cancer, increase incidence of kidney stones, and may even disrupt cell-repair mechanisms. Itís
probably a good idea for everyone to limit salt or sodium in the diet.
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