Hospital patient menus contain “unacceptable” levels of dietary sodium, study finds

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A study of food served to patients in three Ontario acute-care hospitals found 100 per cent of bedside meals had more than the recommended daily intake of sodium, according a report published online July 16 in the Archives of Internal Medicine. “We found sodium levels in hospital meals to be unacceptably high,” says Dr. JoAnne… [Continue Reading]