Lifestyle Change Cuts Need for Blood Pressure Medications

 

Last month we discussed a study on twins that found that when identical twins have very different blood pressure (BP) measurements, the one with the higher BP consumed significantly more salt/sodium than the twin with the lower BP. The twin with the higher BP also tended to have a bigger waist and BMI than their more normotensive sibling. However, the impact of dietary sodium intake appeared signi...

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