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Date:9/16/2013

Granada - (16 September 2013) Backed by research that demonstrates significant health benefits as well as unparalleled taste that meets consumer needs, food ingredients are taking center stage as thousands of experts from around the world converge to discuss the state of global health and nutrition at the leading international nutrition conference taking place this week in Spain.

At a time when global dietary guidance recommendations call for people to increase intake of dietary fibre while decreasing consumption of sodium, there is a heightened need for great-tasting, realistic solutions to help meet global public health goals. Important research that adds to the body of science on the health benefits of dietary fibres, as well as an award-winning sodium reduction technology from Tate & Lyle a global provider of ingredients and solutions to the food, beverage and other industries is being featured at the at the 20th International Congress of Nutrition.

Sodium Reduction Technology: Powerful Potential to Reduce Hypertension and Drive Cost Savings

While authorities are calling for people to lower their intake of sodium, much progress is yet to be made and multiple solutions are needed to meet recommendations of 2300 mg/d for the general population and 1500 mg/d for at-risk groups based on US Dietary Guidelines1. Using US National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2007-2010 data, a recent study modeled the potential impact of Tate & Lyle's new sodium reduction technology, SODA-LO Salt Microspheres, on sodium intake2.

Based upon potential usage of SODA-LO Salt Microspheres in 953 foods with sodium reductions in these foods ranging from 20-30%, usual intakes were modeled demonstrating a potential 9% reduction in dietary sodium intake equivalent to a 274 and 244 mg/d reduction for those 2+ and 51+ years old, respectively. Specifically, for African Americans, sodium reduction was es
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