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Old 03-25-2011, 04:42 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Salt intake is linked to a number of medical disorders. I'm not an MD, but I encourage you to do the research for yourself -- heart disease especially is often linked to a high-sodium diet.

In the short run, yes, you'll retain water and lose weight more slowly. The % daily salt was recently lowered to 1500mg, so it's even LOWER than you think now! Struggling with salt is a daily thing for a lot of us here - I try to eat fresh greens/veggies whenever I can and not out of a can, but some days, you just have to.

Just be conscious of it and do your best, and do some research as well
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