Lower Salt Intake Reduced CVD Events

Dr. Gradual’s review of numerous short-term studies on salt reduction suggested that while reducing salt does modestly reduce BP, it might not reduce or could even increase the risk of CVD because of increases in other risk factors. Dr. Gradual reasoned that the small reduction in BP seen when salt intake was reduced may well be outweighed by modest increases in serum cholesterol and triglycerides...

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