Health Briefs Offers Segment on Healthy Sodium Tips

The informative cable program reports on how viewers can find the right amount of sodium to consume on a daily basis in a new segment.

Coral Springs, FL, August 16, 2014 --( The current guidelines from the U.S. government health and medical agencies, the World Health Organization and the American Heart Association recommend a daily sodium intake of between 1,500 and 2,300 milligrams or lower. Most Americans consume much more than that. Health Briefs offers a segment which suggests healthy ways to reduce salt to prevent heart conditions, high cholesterol and other medical issues which will air soon on popular cable television networks in North America.

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