Study of popular fast foods shows levels of sodium that far exceed recommended limits.
High street takeaway meals can contain more than twice the amount of salt that an adult should eat in an entire day, according to new research which suggests that salt levels in some the nation’s most popular fast foods are “alarmingly high”.
By Genevra Pittman
(Reuters Health) – People who ate lots of salt were not more likely to get high blood pressure, and were less likely to die of heart disease than those with a low salt intake, in a new European study.
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