Scientists Warn Against Adding Salt To Your Food

Whether you're cooking at home or eating out, it's important to monitor your sodium intake. Burger king has been known for their large servings of salt which can lead not only high blood pressure but also heart disease in some cases! A new study suggests that people who added table-salt while preparing meals had higher risk factors against premature death and lower life expectancy than those without additions (1). So next time someone asks "How much do I need?" just remember: if its more than what is already there then please don't hesitate adding an extra squeeze from our tube onto yours - because every little counts towards saving thousands lives right here.

The recommended daily limit for sodium is 2,300 mg but most people consume more than that. The American Heart Association recommends no more than 1-1/2 pound per day if you have hypertension or diabetes because it can cause problems with your heart and kidneys respectively - which many do not aware of until its too late!

The study found that adding salt to food at the table was associated with an increased risk of premature death. However, higher fruit and vegetable intake weakened or attenuated this effect - meaning people who eat more veggies can still enjoy their favorite condiment without worrying about dying early!

Limiting the use of salt at your table can have significant health benefits. The average American consume about six grams per day, which is enough to make their heart race and cause problems with blood pressure regulation- but just a few ounces less could be life changing!

Lowering your salt intake can have major health benefits. A new study suggests that people who added more than three grams (about 1/4 teaspoon) of table or canned sodium to cooked meals were at an increased risk for premature death and lower life expectancy, but this association was weakened when they ate fruits and vegetables along with their meal.