Dietary Salt Reduces Blood Flow


A high salt intake is known to be the primary cause of the rise in blood pressure in age seen in nearly everyone who lives in societies where large amounts of salt are added to the food. Data from the DASH trials have led some to believe that a Mediterranean-style diet may be helpful for the treatment and prevention of hypertension even if salt intake is not limited. However, it ...

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