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racheldawn said on 08 June 2011

I appreciate the level of detail in this article and think I will find it useful. I have just saved the high and low salt figures into my phone, and the equation to work out sodium levels. I have just had a blood test which revealed I have high sodium levels in my blood. I'm awaiting mysecond test to confirm and am not sure of the reasons why I have this; if I have too much salt or too little water. I dont understand as yet. I generally eat healthily but my diet could be improved. So I'm going to use this information to check the foods I eat and make sure I'm getting the salt that I need but not too much.