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Of all the flavors in the world, we choose salty, and thats not good

By: Celia Smoak Spell, Assistant Editor, Harvard Health Publications While the adjective salty can be used in todayís slang to describe oneís personality, it also pertains to our food. Itís saturated in it. And thatís not good. Salt: The good, the bad, and the too much …

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