* *ADVISORY* *None.
DOSAGE:No more than 1500 mg a day for those with hypertension and other risk factors. Up to 2300 mg a day for others.
CONCLUSION:We conclude that sea salt is a safe product. If you prefer the taste of sea salt, use it in moderation. If you happen to know that you have salt-sensitive hypertension, it is unlikely that you will tolerate sea salt any better than table salt.
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