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Implications for practice and research
The trial found that children who shared educational interventions with parents had an impact on the child and family salt intake.
Educational programmes to help reduce salt intake could assist in decreasing the prevalence of cardiovascular disease (CVD) in China.
Further research needs to be undertaken to explore if similar educational programmes could be successfully implemented in different countries and contexts.
Educating children about low salt intake could have significant effects on their long-term health by preventing them from developing hypertension and CVD in later life.1 ,2 For children 7–11 years of age the …
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