Sodium intake determines the amount of calcium excreted in the urine to a large extent. Those eating high-sodium foods are more prone to developing calcareous kidney stones as compared to those on a low-sodium diet. Less than 2300 mg per day is the ideal amount people should consume. Avoid processed foods and fast foods. Even for daily meals, one may consider using salt substitutes wherever possible.
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