Projected Effect of Dietary Salt Reductions on Future Cardiovascular Disease

The average man in the United States consume 10.4 g of salt per day and the average woman 7.3 g per day, while the recommended daily intake of salt is less than 5.8 g. In this article, the authors concluded that, reducing dietary salt by 3 g per day could substantially reduce cardiovascular events and medical costs.

Published at http://www.nejm.org January 20, 2010

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