low sodium

low so·di·um

(lō sō'dē-ŭm)
A product so labeled contains, by F.D.A. order, no more than 140 mg of sodium per serving.
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Observational studies cannot prove causation; however, the results suggest that both high and low sodium intake may increase the risk of death or cardiovascular disease.
The British company behind a low sodium alternative to salt is successfully targeting markets in the Asia Pacific region.
StarKist Low Sodium Chunk Light Tuna in Water Pouch chosen as one of the 'Healthiest Grab-and-Go Lunches" on magazine's annual list
Salt of the Earth produces and markets to food manufacturers and retailers worldwide advanced sodium-reduction and low sodium salt ingredients and final products made from natural salt harvested from the Red Sea.
Very low sodium levels can lead to swelling of brain cells due to excess influx of water into these cells.
He suffered brain swelling, but his fluid regime appears to have caused hypernatraemia - excess sodium - rather than low sodium in the four other cases.
Packaged food manufacturers and restaurants would be wise to increase the flavor of low-sodium foods using herbs or spices to combat the confusion and show customers that low sodium does not equal bad taste.
To be provocative, you could say the DASH diet and low sodium abolishes 30 years of blood pressure aging in 4 weeks," said Dr.
Innophos continues to expand its commercial portfolio of low sodium solutions for food applications, including Super Bind and CURAVIS So-Lo for meat blends and Texture-Melt for cheese blends.
While low sodium intake is associated with reduced blood pressure and risk of heart disease, this is believed to be the first study to extend the benefits of a low sodium diet to brain health in healthy older adults.
is turning up the heat on low-sodium foods with the introduction of V8 Spicy Hot Low Sodium 100% vegetable juice.
5-ounce cans of V8 Low Sodium Vegetable juice; and 5.