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Sodium Consumption in Children

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Sodium Consumption in Children
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    An estimated 90% of children in the US consume too much sodium, according to a recent CDC report. Compared to recommended daily sodium intakes of 2,300 mg/day or less, children in this country consume an average of 3,300 mg/day, and the numbers may be worsening. This update focuses on the health implications, and what can be done about it at the clinical guidance level.

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    An estimated 90% of children in the US consume too much sodium, according to a recent CDC report. Compared to recommended daily sodium intakes of 2,300 mg/day or less, children in this country consume an average of 3,300 mg/day, and the numbers may be worsening. This update focuses on the health implications, and what can be done about it at the clinical guidance level.

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