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Sep 4, 2015

Since you were little, you've heard that eating too much salt can be bad for you. You've heard that you should avoid "salty" foods or that foods high in salt are "bad."

But you're still not sure what counts as a "high salt" diet. You also work out, and you know that you lose some salt through sweat. So is it okay to eat more?

Will adding a little salt to your diet increase your risk of heart disease? No, not really, and we explain why in this podcast. You'll learn why people think eating lots of salt is bad for you, and what the evidence really says.

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