Who is telling the truth about salt?
Last year, a major promotional campaign in the UK warned of the dangers of high salt intake, linking it to increased risk of heart disease and high blood pressure. But the campaign, run by Consensus Action on Salt and Health (CASH), was widely criticised by the salt lobby as "government-funded propaganda" that unfairly demonised the product. So just whom are we supposed to believe, asks Chris Jones.
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