Tips for living a low sodium diet and BP outcome
I have been cooking at home a lot more. Usually I cook a lot but end up eating 2-3 meals out a week - like a bagel stop for breakfast and a favorite (healthy lowfat vegetarian but salty) Mexican meal for dinner. At the last checkup I noticed my blood pressure had risen - usually ... Tips for living a low sodium diet and BP outcome
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