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Potassium-based sodium replacers outweigh the potential risks
Monday, 27 November, 2017
Good news for potassium-based sodium replacers!
The joint SACN and the Committee on Toxicity (COT) benefit-risk assessment in the United Kingdom concludes that overall, at a population level, the potential benefits of using potassium-based sodium replacers to help reduce sodium in foods outweigh the potential risks. The beneficial effects at an individual level are likely to be small in size but will impact a large proportion of the population.
Click here to read more about the statements of the SACN-COT on the health benefits and risks of using potassium-based sodium replacers.
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