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Increased daily sodium intake is an independent dietary indicator of the metabolic syndrome in middle-aged subjects.

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Increased daily sodium intake is an independent dietary indicator of the metabolic syndrome in middle-aged subjects.

Auteurs : Juha Pekka R Is Nen [Finlande] ; Marja-Leena Silaste ; Y Antero Kes Niemi ; Olavi Ukkola

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We investigated the association between daily sodium intake and each individual component of the metabolic syndrome (MS) as well as the metabolic cluster per se and clarified which of the combinations of MS features is particularly associated with sodium intake.

DOI: 10.3109/07853890.2011.585657
PubMed: 21679102


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