Battling Big Media

by: Rashelle Brown

Fitness Entrepreneur

How to talk to your clients about disparaging health headlines in the news.

The frustrating thing about these headlines is that, to the letter, they are not untrue. To date, there have not been any large, randomized studies that have shown that reducing sodium intake to 1,500 milligrams per day (as is advised for certain special populations) has a positive outcome. But it is clear that the majority of Americans are getting far more than the 2,300 mg per day that has been found to correspond with certain disease risk factors.

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About the Author

Rashelle Brown IDEA Author/Presenter

Rashelle Brown is a personal trainer and health coach and the owner of Full Potential Personal Training, based in St. Paul, Minnesota. She is also a fitness and well-being writer for Demand Media Stud...

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