In a new study, scientists from Griffith and Oxford University have figured out the best way
Scientists note that for countries with an average andlow incomes are characterized by large economic losses due to the epidemic scale of noncommunicable diseases. Moreover, the greatest burden falls on the pathology of the heart and blood vessels. As part of the work, the researchers examined the impact of salt restriction strategies on public health using the example of Cameroon.
As a result, it was found that these strategiescan avoid 10 to 80 thousand deaths from heart problems and strokes. It is also noted that in high-income countries, a strategy to reduce salt intake would be effective by improving the food industry by adding excessive amounts of salt to processed foods.