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Used in bond transaction tables in newspapers to indicate a bond that trades on a nonaccrual basis (that is, on the basis of no obligation to repay any back interest owed).
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The researchers observed that artificially stimulating these neurons caused mice to lick a piece of rock salt repeatedly, even when their bodies were completely sated with sodium.
While margarine has fewer saturated and more unsaturated fats than butter, butter is actually much lower in sodium, but that doesn't mean it's the healthy choice.
He said they had tested about 10 brands of papadums found in supermarkets and the papadums contained at least 1,000mg of sodium per 100g.
"Choose foods with less than 140 mg of sodium per serving.
High sodium intake increases blood pressure, a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke.
No surveyed restaurants promoted sodium reduction in displays or table tents, and few posted sodium information at the point-of-purchase (3%), identified lower-sodium menu items (1%), had salt-substitute shakers on tables (7%), or had reduced-sodium soy sauce bottles on tables (3%) (Table 3).
Mente said previous research that favoured low-sodium diets were based on assumptions about the relationship between blood pressure and sodium levels.
Of the foods tracked for the project, just over 10 percent (125 items) contribute particularly high levels of dietary sodium and have been termed "sentinel foods."
The study, which is based both on desk research and multiple waves of qualitative primary research, is a must-read for entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, consultants, business strategists, and all those who are planning to foray into the sodium chloride industry in any manner.
The objective of scientists at Utah State University was to compare the antilisterial effectiveness of sodium levulinate (4-oxopentanoic acid), a five-carbon organic acid with GRAS status; sodium lactate; and sodium diacetate in refrigerated RTE meats.