Researchers at the Centres for Disease Control analysing data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey from 2005/2006, the most recent years available. Nearly 4,000 adults over 20-years-old competed a physical, had their blood pressure taken and answered a survey of what they'd eaten over the past 24. This food survey was taken against about a week later. According to the data, less than 10 percent of adults are mimicking their sodium to recommended levels. The study appears in the journal Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. The researchers said that flood manufacturers reduce the sodium in processed foods. And that consumers modify their eating habits - which might mean doing more cooking at home, where you have control of the salt.