In one of my first Daily Dispatches back in the summer of 2012, I questioned the science behind the government’s “low-salt-diet-prevents-heart-disease” mantra. And since then, more and more evidence has come to light supporting my view. The government–and the “Amen chorus” at the American Heart Association–recommends virtually everyone limit salt intake to 1,500 mg per …
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