Workers intake too much salt from dishes of eating out and food service cafeterias; direct chemical analysis of sodium content

@inproceedings{Park2009WorkersIT,
  title={Workers intake too much salt from dishes of eating out and food service cafeterias; direct chemical analysis of sodium content},
  author={Hae-Ryun Park and Gye-Ok Jeong and Seung-Lim Lee and Jin-Young Kim and S Kang and Kun-young Park and Hyun-Joo Ryou},
  booktitle={Nutrition research and practice},
  year={2009}
}
The average sodium intake of Koreans was reported to be 5,279.9 mg/day, which is one of the highest intake levels worldwide. The average Koreans intake 19.6% of sodium from kimchi, showing kimchi as the main contributor of sodium in this country (Ministry of Health and Welfare, 2005). The sodium content of dishes that are frequently chosen by workers, and which were served by foodservice cafeterias were chemically analyzed. The average sodium content of one meal provided by 10 foodservice… CONTINUE READING

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