Less Sodium , More Potassium

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Results from a recent survey have shown that those who consumed less sodium had a 25% less chance of dying from cardiovascular disease in later life, that those who ate more.

Many nutritionists claim that we should eat more fruit, vegetables, and whole grains, and consume less junk and processed foods. Eating fruit and vegetables is a great way to boost potassium levels, which is thought to be beneficial to our health, and eating less processed food is a great way to cut down sodium intake as much of this type of food is laced with an abundance of regular salt and monosodium glutamate.

Yet another reason to cut out the junk for lunch and eat something fresh and wholesome instead.

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