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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Looking foward to seeing what our experts have to say!

    Published 11/9/11:

    New Research Calls Salt Guidelines Into Question
    Study Suggests Reducing Sodium May Increase Unhealthy Blood Fats; Critics Say Study Is Flawed

    My husband has high cholesterol and high blood pressure so I keep an eye on sodium. Now I just need him to embrace a little cardio every day

    Haylen
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    BillH99 responded:
    I am following this over at your sister site (Theheart.org).

    I expect that the comments will be hot and heavy.


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