Governments should impose limits on salt content, study says

11/2/2010 | Reuters

Australian researchers said the benefits of having governments set mandatory limits on salt content to fight heart disease would be 20 times greater than leaving it to food producers to voluntarily reduce levels. The study found when food companies regulated salt content, heart disease and stroke rates fell by 1%, compared with an 18% decline when governments set rules.

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