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The Thai Health Promotion Foundation (THPF) raised concerns about the high sodium consumption among Thais, especially young people who are at an increased risk of kidney disease. Assistant Manager, Dr Pairoj Saonuam, recommends four healthful food choices to reduce the risk. It has been found that most vegetarian food is sweet, fatty, and high in … …

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No point in warning the kids as almost all the snacks that are being sold all over thailand contains high sodium. It their duty to control that in the all the fast food and packed foods and snacks that is being manufactured in Thailand. 

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