CSN with other health groups send letter to Harper urging action on sodium levels

The Canadian Stroke Network along with other health groups sent a letter to Stephen Harper urging the government take action to reduce sodium consumption in Canada.

Click here to read the letter.

The Globe and Mail wrote an article about the letter:

Some of the country’s most prominent health organizations have banded together to demand action from Prime Minister Stephen Harper on a national plan to reduce excessive sodium consumption in Canada.

The groups, which include the Canadian Medical Association, the Heart and Stroke Foundation, Hypertension Canada and the Canadian Stroke Network, say failure to take action on this urgent issue sends the message that the interests of the food industry are more important than the health of Canadians.

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