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But by reading labels and adjusting your eating style, you may be surprised how much sodium you eliminate from your diet, says Julia Zumpano, RD, LD, with Preventive Cardiology at Cleveland Clinic.
Prior to the federal law, state and local governments had considered adding sodium to menu boards.
Sodium Acid Market research report Includes 150 pages profiling 8 companies and supported with 98 tables available at http://www.
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Lower-sodium foods were classified according to Food and Drug Administration guidelines for sodium labeling, ([paragraph]) with "no salt" foods containing no ingredient that is sodium chloride and <5mg sodium per labeled serving; "low-sodium" foods containing [less than or equal to] 140 mg sodium per serving; and "reduced-sodium" foods containing at least 25% less sodium per serving than an appropriate reference food.
The researchers have launched an online, public-access dataset of more than 1,200 foods that contain sodium added during preparation or processing, before purchase by consumers.
IMARC's new TMMR "Sodium Chloride Market Report: Volume, Value, Prices, Applications, Manufacturers, Regional Breakup, Manufacturing Process, Raw Materials, Mass Balance" provides a technical, analytical and statistical insight into the sodium chloride market.
Sodium lactate inhibited bacterial growth for two weeks in turkey and 12 weeks in bologna.
Just 21% of consumers think that low salt food items don't taste as good and very few consumers (7%) agreed that low sodium products are too expensive.
7 Vital Signs report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found most of the sodium in Americans' diets comes from common restaurant or grocery store items.