Lower Your Blood Pressure with the Low-Sodium DASH Diet

This healthy eating plan can lower blood pressure as much as one or two hypertension medications.

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There’s no shortage of salt in the American diet. We consume an average of two to three teaspoons of sodium (the primary component in table salt) a day—more, when we indulge in fast foods or processed foods. Sodium causes water retention, which raises blood pressure. The relentless force of chronically high blood pressure exerted on […]
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