Salt may be calorie-free, but having too much sodium can increase your risk of developing kidney stones, gastric ulcers or osteoporosis. On average, a person needs around 180-500 mg of sodium each day, while some experts suggest an intake of 1500 mg of sodium per day would be acceptable. Go over that amount and your body may protest. Staying within...
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