Food-makers urged to increase potassium and reduce sodium

04/8/2013 | FoodNavigator

Food-makers should cut sodium and add potassium to improve Western diets, according to studies published in the journal BMJ. One study found a 24% reduction in stroke risk among people who eat a high level of potassium, and the other found improvement in blood pressure among people who reduce sodium intake.

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