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We Asked Experts Your Burning Questions About The Malaysian Diet. Here’s What They Said

today9 July 2020

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Yes, the dietitian we interviewed said that taking in too much sodium may increase our blood pressure, as well as the risk of future heart attacks, stroke, and cardiovascular disease.

Instead, Gan recommended no more than 5g of salt, which is equivalent to 2,000mg of sodium, in a day.

She said this is important to know because three in 10 people in Malaysia suffer from hypertension, but…

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Written by: May Vin Ang


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