We’re bombarded with more messages to eat healthier — cut back on salt, fat, and sugar — and more products help us do so. …
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Cutting back on salt is a key recommendation in the government’s latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) and has been a part of good health advice for decades. But, increasingly, the evidence suggests that that guidance may …