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Salt, Exercise and Cognitive Decline

Salt, Exercise and Cognitive Decline

A study posted in Neurobiology of Aging indicates that older adults who have sodium-rich diets and lack physical activity are at higher risk of cognitive decline. Results show that a diet high in sodium combined with little exercise is especially detrimental. The study also demonstrates that adults who have low-sodium diets are at a lower risk of experiencing cognitive decline even if they are not active. Health Canada recommends no more than 2,300 mg of sodium per day and plenty of exercise.

Please watch this video: High-sodium intake and a low level of physical activity can be detrimental to cognitive function in the elderly, says a study conducted by Canadian researchers.

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