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Agenerous grind of salt is the finishing touch to a meal for many of us. The average Brit consumes around 8.1g of salt per day – that’s 34% more than the Government’s recommended daily maximum of 6g of salt (2.4g of sodium)*– equivalent to around 1tsp.

If you’re thinking that a few grams couldn’t possibly make a difference to your health, then you're in for a shock. The Department of Health and Social Care suggests that 8,000 premature deaths from strokes and heart disease could be prevented each year if we stuck to the shines the spotlight on salt to discover what it’s really doing to our bodies…

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