The Association of Knowledge and Behaviours Related to Salt with 24-h Urinary Salt Excretion in a Population from North and South India

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Consumer knowledge is understood to play a role in managing risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease and may be influenced by level of education. The association between population knowledge, behaviours and actual salt consumption was explored overall, and for more-educated compared to less-educated individuals. A cross-sectional survey was done… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/nu9020144

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@inproceedings{Johnson2017TheAO, title={The Association of Knowledge and Behaviours Related to Salt with 24-h Urinary Salt Excretion in a Population from North and South India}, author={Claire Johnson and S. Venkata Mohan and Kris Rogers and Roopa Shivashankar and Sudhir Raj Thout and Priti Gupta and Feng J He and Graham A Macgregor and Jacqui Webster and Anand Krishnan and Pallab K Maulik and Kolli Srinath Reddy and Dorairaj Prabhakaran and Bruce Neal}, booktitle={Nutrients}, year={2017} }