HERE'S THE BREAKDOWN: low-sodium foods: ≤ 140 milligrams per serving; moderate-sodium food: ≥ 400 milligrams per serving; high-sodium food: ≥ 400 milligrams per serving. Salt is known for preserving foods and enhancing taste. The human body requires sodium for the regulation of fluid balance. However, Americans are increasingly consuming too much of it, say experts. The biggest reason? Most point to the large amounts of salt and other sodium containing ingredients in processed food. ...

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