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  • China’s cutting back on salt, but still eating too much
  • China’s cutting back on salt, but still eating too much
    Catarina Ng (2005) ©
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China’s cutting back on salt, but still eating too much

China loves salt. Chinese people eat more sodium and salt than nearly any population in the world – even though they’ve been cutting back. Consuming 9.2 grams every day, it’s almost twice the level that the World Health Organisation recommends and it’s causing serious national health issues.

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