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Dr. David Samadi addresses concerns about sodium intake. Surprisingly, the foods with the most sodium are breads and rolls, pizza, cold cuts and cheese, poultry, and soups. Dr. Samadi warns that too much salt or sodium in our diets can lead to heart disease, stroke, heart failure, and high blood pressure. It is recommended that we consume only 2.3g of sodium per day. Those with health factors such as diabetes or kidney disease should cut that amount to 1,200 mg/day or 1/2 tsp.

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