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Your results reflect how much sodium you eat. It also highlights the types of food and drinks that add sodium to your diet.

Your Sodium Intake:

100%

You eat about 111 mg per day
Great work! You are meeting the recommended level of less than 2000 mg per day.
Your sodium intake is high! You should consume below 2000 mg of sodium per day to meet the recommended level.
High Intake

2000 mg

Sources of sodium in your diet

Spreads, sauces, condiments & dips

100
%

Cheese & Dairy

100
%

Eating Out

100
%

Canned Vegetables

100
%

Bakery Products & Cereals

100
%

Pre-packaged or Frozen Foods

100
%

Beverages

100
%

Salty Snacks

100
%

Processed Meat, Fish & Poultry

100
%

Added Salt

100
%

Risks of High Sodium

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Blood Pressure: Eating high amounts of sodium increases your blood pressure and your risk of having hypertension or a stroke.

Keeping your sodium intake low will help you improve and maintain your blood pressure.

Reducing your sodium intake can help improve your blood pressure.

Alright, now lets see how the amount of salt you eat is affecting your risk of having a heart attack or stroke! Your result from the Cardiovascular Disease Calculator says that;
of 100 people like you, X will have a heart attack or stroke.

Your low amounts of sodium decrease your heart attack and stroke risk by 10%

Taking steps to reduce your sodium intake can help improve blood pressure and reduce your risk of heart attack or stroke.

Data from the Heart & Stroke Calculator     

What Now?

Here are three tips we recommend to lower the amount of sodium you eat:

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DID YOU KNOW?

Your sodium intake impacts your risk of developing a cardiovascular disease. See how your sodium intake and other lifestyle factors impact your risk with our Heart & Stroke Calculator.