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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

 

Last month we reported about a study that showed eating even a little less salt could greatly help the heart. The study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The scientists used a computer model to predict how just three grams less salt a day would affect heart disease in the United States.

 

The scientists said the results would be thirteen percent fewer heart attacks, eight percent fewer strokes, four percent fewer deaths and eleven percent fewer new cases of heart disease. And two hundred forty billion dollars in health care savings. Researchers said it could prevent one hundred thousand heart attacks and ninety-two thousand deaths every year.

 

The researchers were from the University of California, San Francisco, Stanford University and Columbia University.

 

They and public health professionals in the United States are interested in a national campaign to persuade people to eat less salt. Such campaigns are already in place in Britain, Japan and Finland.

 

However, some scientists say such a campaign is an experiment with the health of millions of people.

 

Michael Alderman is among the critics. He is a high blood pressure expert and professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. Doctor Alderman says that eating less salt results in lower blood pressure. But he says studies have not clearly shown that lowering salt means fewer heart attacks or strokes.

 

And he says salt has other biological effects. He says calling for reductions in the national diet could have good effects, but it could also have harmful results. He says there is not enough evidence either way.

 

Another critic is David McCarron, a nutrition and kidney disease expert at the University of California, Davis. He and his team looked at large studies of diets in thirty-three countries. They found that most people around the world eat about the same amount of salt. Most of them eat more salt than American health officials advise.

 

Doctor McCarron says the worldwide similarity suggests that a person’s brain might decide how much salt to eat.

 

Both Doctor McCarron and Doctor Alderman have connections to the Salt Institute, a trade group for the salt industry. Doctor Alderman is a member of an advisory committee. But he says he receives no money from the group. Doctor McCarron is paid for offering scientific advice to the Salt Institute.

 

And that’s the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Caty Weaver. I’m Shirley Griffith.

 

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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

Last month we reported about the study the trode eating even a little less salt could greatly help the heart. The study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

The scientists used computer model to predict how just three grams less salt a day what are affect heart disease in the United States. The scientists said the results would be thirteen percent fewer heart attacks, eight percent fewer strokes, four percent fewer death, eleven percent fewer new cases of heart disease and two hundred forty billion dollars in healthcare savings.

Researcher said it could prevent one hundred thousand heart attacks and ninety-two thousand deaths every year.

The researchers were found in the University of California, San Francisco, Stanford University and Colombia University. Day and Public Health Professionals in the United STates are interested in a national campaign to persuade people to eat less salt.

Such campaigns are already in place in Britain, Japan and Finland. However some scientists say such campaign is an experiment with the health of millions of people.

Michel is a ... critic. He is a high blood pressure expert and professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. Doctor says that eating less salt results in lower blood pressure. But he says studies had not clearly show that lower in salt means fewer heart attacks or strokes.

And he says salt has other biological affects. He says calling for reductions in the national diet could have good effects. But it could also have harm for results. He says there is not enough evidence either way.

Another critic is David, a nutrition and kidney disease expert at the University California, Davis. He and his team looked at large studies of diets in thirty-three countries. They found that most people arround world eat about the same amount of salt. Most of them eat more salt than American health officials advise.

Doctor says the worldwide similarity suggests that are person's brain might decide how much salt to eat. Both Docter M and Doctor O have connections to the Salt Institute, a treat group for the salt industry. Doctor O is a member of the advisary committee. But he says he recieves no money from the group. Docter M is paid for offering scientific advice to the Salt Institute.

And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Caty Weaver. I'm S.

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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

Last month, we reported about the study that show eating even a little less salt could greatly help the heart. The study was published in a New England Journal of Medicine.

The scientists used a computer model to predict how just three grams less salt a day would affect heart disease in the United States. The scientists said the results would be 13% fewer heart attacks, 8% fewer strokes, 4% fewer deaths, 11% fewer new cases of heart disease, and 240 billion dollars in health care savings. Researchers said it could prevent 100,000 heart attacks and 92,000 deaths every year.

The researchers were from the University of Califonia, San Francisco, Stanford University and Columbia University. They and public health professionals in the United States are interested in a national campaign to persuade people to eat less salt. Such campaigns are already in place in Britain, Japan and Finland. However, some scientists say such a campaign is an experiment with the health of millions of people.

Michael Alderman is among the critics. He is a high blood pressure expert and professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. Doctor Alderman says that eating less salt results in lower blood pressure. But he says studies have not clearly shown that lower in salt means fewer heart attacks or strokes. And he says salt has other biological effects. He says calling for reductions in the national diet could have good effects, but it could also have harmful results. He says there is not enough evidence either way.

Another critic is David McCarron, a nutrition and kidney disease expert at the University of Califonia, Davis. He and his team look that large studies of diets in 33 countries. They found that most people around the world eat about the same amount of salt. Most of them eat more salt than American health officials advise. Doctor McCarron says the worldwide similarity suggests that a person's brain might decide how much salt to eat.

Both Doctor McCarron and Doctor Alderman have connections to the Salt Institute, a trade group for the salt industry. Doctor Alderman is a member of an advisory committee, but he says he receives no money from the group. Doctor McCarron is paid for offering scientific advice to the Salt Institute.

And that's the VOA Special English Health Report written by Caty Weaver. I’m Shirley Griffith.

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This is the VOA special English health report.
Last month ,we reported about a study the * eating even a little less salt could greatly help the heart. The study was published in a new English journal of medicine. The scientists use computer model to predict how just 3 grams less salt a day would affect heart disease in the United States. The scientist said, the results would be 30 percent fewer heart attacks, 8 percent fewer strokes, 4 percent fewer death, 11 percent fewer new cases of heart diseases and 240 billion dollars in health care savings.

Researchers said it could prevent 100,000 heart attacks and 92,000 death every year. The researchers were found the Universty of California, Sun Francisco, Stanford University and Columbia University. They and public health professionals in the United States are interested in a national campaign to persuade people to eat less salt. Such campaigns are already in place in Britain, Japan and Finland.

However, some scientists say such a campaign is an experement with the help of millions of people. Michael Ordermen is among the critics. He is a high blood pressure expert and professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. Doc Ordermen says that eating less salt results in lower blood pressure. But he says studies have not clearly shown that lowering salt means fewer heart attacks and stroke. And he says salt has other biological effects. He says calling for reductions in a national diet could have good effects. But it could also have harmful results. He says there is not enough evidence either way.

Another critic is David, a nutrition and kidney disease expert at the University of California, Davis. He and his team looked at large studies of diets in 33 countries. They found that most people around the world eat about the same amount of salt. Most of them eat more salt than American health officials advise.

Doctor  Maclaren says the worldwide similarity suggests that are person's brain might decide how much salt to eat. Both Docter Maclaren and Doctor Ordermen have connections to the Salt Institute, a treat group for the salt industry. Doctor Ordermen is a member of the advisary committee. But he says he receives no money from the group. Docter Maclaren is paid for offering scientific advice to the Salt Institute.

And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Katy Waver.










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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

Last month we reported about study the * eating evan a little least salt could greatly harm the heart.The study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine.Scientist use computer model to predict how just 3 grams less salt a day what affect heart diseases in the United States.The scientist the results will be 30 percent fewer heart attacks.8 percent fewer stroke,4 percent fewer death.11 percent fewer new cases of  heart disease and 240 billion dollars in health care savings.Reseacher said it could prevent 100 thousand heart attacks and 92 thousand death every year.

The researchers were found University of California,San Franciso,Stanford University and Colombia University.They and public health professionals in the United States are intrested in the national campaign to persuade people to eat less salt.Such compaign are already in place in Britain,Japan and Finland.However some scientists say such compaign is an experiment with the health of millions of people.

Michel A is amog the critics.He is a high blood pressure expert and professor at Albert Einstein in New work.Doctor.A says that eating less salt results in lower blood pressure.But he says study has no clearly shown that lower in salt means fewer heart attacks or strokes.And he says salt has other biological affects.He says ccalling for reductions in the national diet could have good effects.But it could also have harm for results.He says there is not enough evidence either way.

Another critic is David M,a nutrition and kidney disease expert at the University of California,Davis.He and his team looked at large study of diet in 33 countries.They found that most people around the world eat about the same amount of salt.Most of them eat more salt than American health officals advice.Doc.M says the worldwide similiarity suggests that person's brian may decide how much salt to eat.

Both Doc.M and Doc.A have connection to the salt institute,a treat group for the salt industry.Doc.A is a member of the advisary committee.But he says he recieves no money from the group.Doc.M is paid for offering scientific advice to the salt instituete.

And that's the VOA Special English Health Report written by C W,I'm Shelly G.

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This is the VOA special English health report.

Last month, we reported about a study that showed eating even a little less salt could greatly help the heart. The new study was published in the New England journal of medicine.

The scientists used a computer model to predict how just 3 grances less salt a day would affect heart disease in the United States.

The scientist said the results would be 13 percent fewer heart attacks, 8 percent fewer strokes, 4 percent fewer deaths, 11 percent fewer new cases of heart diseases, and 240 billion dollars in health care savings. Researchers said it could prevent 100,000 heart attacks and 92,000 deaths every year.

The researchers were founded in the University of California, San Francisco, Stanford University and Columbia University. They and public health professionals in the United States are interested in a national campaign to persuade people to eat less salt. Such campaigns are already in place in Britain, Japan and Finland.

However, some scientists say such a campaign is an experiment with the health of millions of people.

Michael Oderman is among the critics. He is a high blood pressure expert and professor at Alert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. Doctor Oderman says that eating less salt results in lower blood pressure. But he says studies have not clearly shown that lowering salt means fewer heart attacks or strokes. And he says salt has other biological effects. He says calling for reductions in the national diet could have good effects. But it could also have harmful results. He says there is not enough evidence either way.

Another critic is David Macrine, a nutrition and kidney disease expert at the University of California Davis. He and his team looked at large studies of diets in 33 countries. They found that most people around eat about the same amount of salt. Most of them eat more salt than American health officials advise. Doc. Macrine says the worldwide similarity suggests that a person’s brain might decide how much salt to eat.

Both Doc. Macrine and Doc. Oderman have connections to the salt institute, a trade group for the salt industry. Doc. Oderman is a member of the advisory committee. But he says he receives no money from the group. Doc. Macrine is paid for offering scientific advice to the salt institute.

And that’s the VOA special English health report, written by Kitty Weaver. I’m Shirley Griffith.
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This is the VOA special Enlish Health Report.
Last month,we report about the study the child eating even a little less salt could greatly help the heart.The study was pubilshd in the New England General of Medicine.The scientist used computer model to predict how just three grams less salt a day what affects the heart disease in the United States.The scientist said the result would be thirteen percents fewer  heart attacks,eight percents fewer stokes,four percents fewer death,eleven percents fewer new cases of heart disease.And two hundred forty billion dollars in health care savings. Reseacher said it couldn't prevent one hundred thousand heart attack and ninty-two thousand death every year.The reseachers were fond of the university of California ,San Fransisco,Stanford university and Corlonyed university.They are pubilc professional in the United States are intrested in the national compaign to persuade people to eat less salt.Such compaigns are already in place Britain,Japan and Thioland.However some scientist say such compaign  isn't experimented with the heath of millions of people.Mickle Aldman is a mund critist,he is a high blood pressure expert and professor at Albert Einstein College Medicine in New York.Doctor Aldman said that eating less salt result in low blood pressure,but he said study had not clear shown lowing salt means fewer heart attcks or strokes,and he says salt has other biological effects.He says calling for reductions in the national diet could have good effects,but it also have harmful results,he says there is not enough evidence either way.Another critic is David Mecarin,a nutrition and  kidney disease expert at the university of California Davis.He and his team look at large studies of diets in thirty-three counties.They found that most people around the world eat about the same amount of  salt,most of them eat more salt than the American Health officials advise.Doctor Mecarin says the worldwide similarity suggest that a person's brain might decide how much salt to eat.Both Doctor Mecarin  and Doctor Aldman have  connections to the Salt Insititute,a treat group of the salt industry.Doctor Aldman is a member of Advisary Committee. But he says he recieves no money from the group.Doctor Mecarin is paid for offering scientific advise to the Salt Insititute.

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This is the VOA Special English Health ReportLast month we reported a study that shows eating even a little less salt could greatly help to the heart. The study was published in the New England Janaul of Medicine. Scientists use the computer model to predict how just three grands less salt a day would affect heart disease in the United States. The scientists said the result would be thirteen percent fewer heartaches, eight percent fewer strokes, four percent fewer death, eleven percent fewer new cases of heart disease and two hundred forty billion dollars in health care savings.
Researchers said it could prevent one hundred thousand heartaches and nighty two thousand death every year.  The researchers were from the University of California, San Francisco, Stanford University and Columbia University. They and public health professionals in the United States are interested in the National
national champion to persuade people to eat less salt. Such champion are already in place in Britain, Japan and Fenland. However some scientists say such a campion is an experiment with a health of millions of people.
Micle Oldman is among of the critics. He is a high blood pressure expert and professor at Elbert Einstein collage medicine in New York.  Doctor Oldman says that eating less salt result in lower blood pressure. But he says  studies has not clearly shown that lowing salt means fewer heartaches or strokes. And he says salt has other biological effects. He says calling for reduction in the national diet could have good effects, but it could also have harmful results. He says there is not enough evidence either way.
Another critics is David Maclean , a new treasion and Kend disease expert at the University of California Davis.  He and his team look at large studies of diets in thirty countries. They found that most people around the world eat about the same a amount of salt. Most of them eat more salt than the American Health Official's advice. Doctor Maclean says the world wide Simularity suggests that a person's brain might decide how much salt to eat.
Both Doctor Maclean and Doctor Oldman have connections to the salt institute , a tree group for the salt industry. Doctor Oldman is a member of an advice comity.  He says he receives no many from the group. Doctor Maclean is paid for offering scientific advice to the salt institute.
And that the VOA Special Health Report, written by K.D Waver.
I'm Shali Graphy.

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This is the VOA Special English Health Report

Last month, we reported about the study that showed eating even a little less salt could greatly help the heart. The study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The scientists use a computer model to predict how just 3 grams less salt a day will affect heart disease in the US.

The scientists said the results would be 13% fewer heart attacks, 8 fewer strokes, 4% fewer death, 11% fewer new cases of heart disease. And 240 billion dollars in health care savings. Researchers said it could prevent 100 thousand heart attacks and 92 thousand deaths every year.

The researchers were from the University of California, San Francisco, Stanford University and Colombia University. They and Public Care Professionals in the United States are interested in the national campaign to persuade people to eat less salt. Such campaigns are already in place in Britain, Japan and Finland. However, some scientists say such campaign is an experiment with the health of millions of people.

Michael Alderman is among the critics, he is a high blood pressure experts and professor at Albert Einstein Collegial Medicine in New York. Doctor Alderman says that eating less salt results in lower blood pressure. But he says studies have not clearly shown that lowering salt means fewer heart attacks or strokes. And he says salt has other biological affects, he says calling for reduction in the national diets could have good effects, but it could also have harmful results. He says there is not enough evidence either way.

Another critic is David Macaren, a nutrition and kidney disease expert at the University of California, Davis. He and his team looked at large studies diets in 33 countries. They found that most people around the world eat about the same amount of salt. Most of them eat more salt than American health officials’ advice. Doctor Macaren says the worldwide similarity suggests that a person’s brain might decide how much salt to eat. Both Doctor Macarena and Doctor Alderman have connections to this salt institute, a train group for the salt industry. Doctor Alderman is a member of adviser committee, but he says he receives no money from the group. Doctor Macaren was paid for offering scientific advice to the salt institute.

And that’s the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Catty Weaver. I’m Shirley Griffith.

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this is the voa special english healyh report.
last month, we reported about a study that showed eating even a little less salt could greatly help the heart. the study was published in a new england journal of medicine.
the scientists used a computer model to predict how just three grands less  salt a day would affect heart disease in the united states.the scientists said the result would be 13% fewer heart attacks, 8% fewer strokes, 4% fewer deaths,11% fewer new cases of heart disease, and $240billion in health care savings.researchers said it could prevent 100,000 heart attacks and 92,000 deaths every year. the researchers were from  the university of california,san francisco standford universitiy  and collmubia university. they and public health professionals in the united states are interested in a national campaign to pursuade people to eat less salt.such campaigns are already in place in britain, japan and finland. however, some scientists say such a campaign is an experiment with the help of billions of people. micheal oderman is among the critics. he is a high blood pressure expert and proffessor at albert einstain collage of medicine in newyork. doctor oderman says that eating less salt results in  lower blood pressure. But he says studies have not clearly shown that lowering salt means fewer heart attacks and strokes. and he says salt has other biological effects. he says calling for reductions in a national diat could have good effects, but it could also have harmful results. he says there is not enough evidence either way.
  another critic is david mccarron , a nutritian and kidney disease expert at the university of california ,davis. he and his team, looked at large studies of diats in 33 countries. they found that most poeple around the world eat about the same amount of salt. most of them eat more salt than american health officals advise.doctor maccaron says the world wide similary suggests that a person's brain might decide how much salt to eat. both doctor maccaron and doctor oderman have connections to the salt institude, a trade group for the salt industry.  doctoer oderman is a member of an advisroy committee.but he says he receives no money from the group. doct mccaron is paid for offering scientific advise to the salt institude.
and that's the voa special english written by cady weever. i'm sherlley gripid.

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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

Last month we reported about a study that showed eating even a little less salt could greatly help the heart. The study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The scientists used a computer model to predict how just three grams less salt a day would affect heart disease in the United States.

The scientists said the results would be thirteen percent fewer heart attacks. Eight percent fewer strokes. Four percent fewer deaths. Eleven percent fewer new cases of heart disease. And two hundred forty billion dollars in health care savings.

Researchers said it could prevent one hundred thousand heart attacks and ninety-two thousand deaths every year. The researchers were from the University of California San Francisco, Stanford University and Columbia University. They and public health professionals in the United States are interested in a national campaign to persuade people to eat less salt. Such campaigns are already in place in Britain, Japan and Finland.

However some scientists say such a campaign is an experiment with the health of millions of people. Michael Alderman is among the critics. He is a high blood pressure expert and professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. Dr. Alderman says that eating less salt results in lower blood pressure. But he says studies have not clearly shown that lowering salt means fewer heart attacks or strokes. And he says salt has other biological effects. He says calling for reductions in the national diet could have good effects but it could also have harmful results. He says there is not enough evidenceeither way.

Another critic is David McCarron, a nutrition and kidneydisease expert at the University of California Davis. He and his team looked at large studies of diets in 33 countries. They found that most people around the world eat about the same amount of salt. Most of them eat more salt than American health officials advise. Dr McCarron says the worldwide similarity suggests that a person's brain might decide how much salt to eat.

Both Dr. McCarron and Dr. Alderman have connections to the Salt Institute, a trade group for the salt industry. Dr. Alderman is a member of an advisory committee. But he says he receives no money from the group. Dr. McCarron is paid for offering scientific advice to the Salt Institute.

And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Caty Weaver.


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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.

Last month, we reported about the study that show eating even a little less salt could greatly help the heart. The study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The scientists  use the computer model to predicted how just three gram less salt a day would effect heart disease in the United States.

The scientists said the result would be 30% fewer heart attact,8% fewer strokes, 4% fewer death, 11% fewer new cases of heart disease. And 240 billion dollars in health care savings. Researchers said it could prevent 100,000 heart attacts and 92,000 death every year.

The Researchers were form the university of California, San Francisco, Stanford University and Columbia University. They and public health professionals in the United States are interested in the national campaign to persuade people to eat less salt. Such campaigns are already in place in Britain, Japan and Finland. However, some sicientists said such campaign is an experience with the help of millions of people.

Micheal Olderman is among the credits. He is a high blood pressure expert and professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. Dr. Olderman says that eating less slat result in lower blood pressure. But he says studies have not clear shown that lowering salt means fewer heart attacts or strokes. And he says salt has other biological effects. He says calling for reductions in the national diet could have good effects. But it could also have harmful results. He says there is not enough evidences either way. Another credit is Dave Machealen, an nutrient and * disease expert at the University of California *. He and his team look at large studies of diet in 35 countries. They found that most people around the world eat about the same amount of salt. Most of them eat more salt than American health professors advise. Dr. Machealen says the world wide similarity suggest that the person's brain might decide how much salt to eat.

Both Dr.Machealen and Dr. Olderman have connections to the salt institute , a trade group for the salt industry. Dr.Olderman is a member of an advisor committee, but he says he receives not money from the group. Dr. Machealen is paid for offering scientific advises to the salt institute. And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Kitty Weaver. I'm Shirley Griffith.
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This is the VOA Special English Health Report.


Last month we reported about the study that showed eating even a little less salt could greatly help the heart. The study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine.



The scientists used computer model to predict how just three grams less salt a day what are affect heart disease in the United States. The scientists said the results would be 13% fewer heart attacks, 8% fewer strokes, 4% fewer death, 11% fewer new cases of heart disease and 240,000,000 dollars in healthcare savings.



Researcher said it could prevent 100,000 heart attacks and 92,000 deaths every year. The researchers were found in the University of California, San Francisco, Stanford University and Colombia University.


Day and Public Health Professionals in the United States are interested in a national campaign to persuade people to eat less salt. Such campaigns are already in place in Britain, Japan and Finland. However, some scientists say such a campaign is an experiment with the health of millions of people.

Michael Adman is a mondo critics. He is a high blood pressure expert and professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. Doctor Adman says that eating less salt results in lower blood pressure. But he says studies have not clearly show that lower in salt means fewer heart attacks or strokes. And he says salt has other biological affects. He says calling for reductions in the national diet could have good effects. But it could also have harmful results. He says there is not enough evidence either way.



Another critic is David Macrin , a nutrition and kidney disease expert at the University of California, Davis. He and his team looked at large studies of diets in 33 countries. They found that most people around world eat about the same amount of salt. Most of them eat more salt than American health officials advise.


Doctor Macrin says the worldwide similarity suggests that are person's brain might decide how much salt to eat. Both Docter Macrin and Doctor Adman have connections to the Salt Institute, a treat group for the salt industry. Doctor Adman is a member of the advisary committee. But he says he recieves no money from the group. Docter Macrin is paid for offering scientific advice to the Salt Institute.



And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, written by Kitty Weaver. I'm Sherly Gryfit.



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[Homework]SENEWS-2010-03-03

This is the voa special english health report.Last month we reported about the study that show eating even a little less salt could greatly help the heart.The study was published in the new England journal of medicine.The scientist use the compute model to predict how just three grand less soft a day what effect heart desease in the united states.The scientists said the result would be 13 percent fewer heart attacks.8 percent fewer strokes four percent fewer death.11 percent fewer new cases of heart deseas. 240 billion in healthcare savings.Researchers said it could provent one hundred thounsand heart attacks and 92 thounsand deaths every year.the researchers were found in the university of carlifornia sanfransico Standford university and Clonbia university.They and public healthy professionals in the united states are intrested in the national campaign to persuade people to eat less soft.Such campaigns are already in place in Brantain Japan and Fenland.However some scientists say such campaign is an experiment with the help of millions of the people.* older man is among the critics. he is a high blood pressure expert and professor and elebrate A* college medicine in NewYork.Doctor * said that eating less salt results in lower blood pressure that he says studies had not clearly shown that lowering salt means fewer heart attacks or strokes.And he says salt has other biological effects.he says calling for reduction in national diet could have good effects.But it could aslo have harmful results he says there is not enough evidence either way.Another critic is David * a nutrien and kidney desease expert at the university of Carlifornia *.He and his team looked at a large studies of diets in 33 countries.They found that most people around the world eat about the same ammount of salt.Most of them eat more salt than the American health officials advice.Doctor * says that the world similartiy suggessts that the persons brain might decide how much salt to eat.Both doctor * and doctor * have connetions to the salt institute at trigroup for the salt industry.Doctor old man is a member of the adviser committee.But he says he receives no money from the group.Doctor * is paid for offerring scientific advice to the salt institute.And that is the voa special english health report written by kidy viver.
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