Sodium and potassium contents of salts, salt substitutes, and other seasonings.

@article{Greenfield1984SodiumAP,
  title={Sodium and potassium contents of salts, salt substitutes, and other seasonings.},
  author={Heather Greenfield and D McCullum and R. B. H. Wills},
  journal={The Medical journal of Australia},
  year={1984},
  volume={140 8},
  pages={460-2}
}
Samples of table, cooking, rock and sea salts, flavoured salts, salt substitutes, seasonings, and monosodium glutamates were analysed for sodium and potassium content. The average sodium content of table, cooking and rock salts was about 16 600 mmol/kg, and that of sea salt was only marginally lower at about 16 100 mmol/kg. Flavoured salts contained about… CONTINUE READING