'Prevention is better than cure'. A recent study published in The British Journal BMJ says that you can avert and reduce the risk of heart attack by limiting the intake of salt in your food.
The average salt intake in India is double that of the WHO-recommended maximum consumption level of 5 gm/day, a study said on Wednesday.
A recent study carried out by WHO has revealed that Indians love salt a little too much, five time more than the recommended daily intake.
According to a research study, cutting down on salt can help you get good sleep by reducing the number of trips to the toilet.
According to a study published in the journal Clinical Investigation, salty foods tend to diminish thirst and increase hunger instead, due to a higher need for energy.
Sodium chloride in salt may raise blood pressure, which can also lead to heart ailments. It has been claimed for the first time that excessive salt intake may also significantly weaken immune system.
High salt intake, a primary source of sodium in our diets, is linked to Hypertension, an increased risk of cardio vascular diseases and stroke. So here's more on low sodium diet.
Salty food diminishes thirst and increases hunger, due to a higher need for energy, says a new study. It is not solely a waste product, as has been assumed.
One of the most important ingredients that can completely transform a dish is salt; however, it is also known that sodium present in the common salt we consume on a daily basis is unhealthy. The ...
According to a recent study published in the journal of Clinical Hypertension, The World Hypertension League and leading health organisations have warned supermarkets and restaurants to carry a front-of-pack, tobacco-style health warning on salt shakers