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NARAYANI BASU | Issue Dated: March 1, 2009
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Salty not tasty We know the harmful effects excessive salt can have on one’s heart, but now research has discovered that reducing salt intake can help combat childhood obesity, besides fighting kidney stones. Though the latter condition earlier affected people above 40, now children are increasingly being affected by it. But by reducing salt and drinking more water to help the kidneys filter the salt out of the system, this condition can be fought quite effectively.
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