It seems that the old salt has a place in your diet, but not for long.
The salt you put in your food has an effect on how long you can store the salt in your body.
We’ve found that people who eat salt regularly are likely to be able to store it longer than those who don’t.
According to a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, people who regularly drink salt have lower blood pressure than people who don.
The researchers found that a daily intake of up to 3,000 milligrams (mg) of sodium in the form of salt can help prevent heart attacks, strokes and other chronic health conditions.
In this photo, an elderly woman walks past a salt shop in Bangkok, Thailand, June 30, 2020.