How the FDA May Lower Your Risk Of Stroke And Heart Attack

How the FDA May Lower Your Risk Of Stroke And Heart Attack

Did you know the average American takes in 3400 mg of sodium a day when the recommended amount is 2300? That’s 1100 more mg a day than the FDA’s recommended amount. The consequences of this sodium amount are risks for cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, risk of stroke and heart attack, fluid retention and kidney disease.

In 2021 the FDA has set up a plan to reduce the sodium intake of everybody in the United States without you ever touching your saltshaker.

This video tells you how they did it and how it will affect you.

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