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Unfortunately, an editorial published with the studies--written by a former consultant to the Salt Institute (and expert witness for the tobacco industry)--did not cite those flaws.
ANSWER: The Salt Institute estimates that nearly 70% of the table salt sold in the U.
Lori Roman, president of the Salt Institute disagrees with the FDA recommendations.
The latter suit was recently filed by the Chamber of Commerce and the Salt Institute, an industry group, as a strategic test case to establish judicial review under the Data Quality Act.
The Salt Institute, Alexandria, Virginia, a trade association representing a worldwide membership of producers of sodium chloride--common salt--is no exception.
The Salt Institute then argued that a very high calcium intake lowered blood pressure in individuals who were already on a high salt intake.
on "A Cautionary Approach to the Precautionary Principle" before the Salt Institute.
According to the Salt Institute, "Milwaukee found that CMA was more corrosive than salt when used where chlorides are present, such as chloride additives in concrete.