Sodium Chloride 94.3 - 97.6%
Calcium 0.19 - 0.20%
Magnesium 0.42 - 0.79%
Potassium 0.22 - 0.67%
Iron 8.0 - 11.1 mg/kg
Iodine 0.5 -
Sodium restriction is today the most widely publicized non-medication recommendation for heart disease and stroke prevention. Unfortunately, this advice has proven ineffective.
-Dr. John McDougall
Originally posted by monkcaw
If the question is "should we limit our intake of salt" I say yes only if your body has a hard time getting rid of it.
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Originally posted by SaltireWarrior
I'm still of the opinion that too much salt is bad for you, I don't really care what one doctor says.
Originally posted by DJM8507
Doesn't a high salt diet lead to renal failure?