Sodium content of hospital food is excessive | theheart.org

“We found sodium levels, on average, in regular and diabetic patient menus were almost two-times higher than recommended levels,” dietician Arcand told heartwire. The results came as a surprise, she said: “It’s generally trusted that the food provided to patients is in concordance with healthy eating guidelines. We suspected sodium levels would be high, but not as high as what we observed.”

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