A bowl of bland soup can taste of nothing, but adding a pinch of salt can enhance the flavour and make the dish taste even better. Moderation of salt in diets makes a recipe tasty and keeps the body healthy.
Low-salt/sodium diets can keep blood pressure from rising.
To maintain good health, people should limit consumption to 5g of salt (about a teaspoon of salt or about three teaspoons of fish sauce) per day, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
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