How I Lowered My Dad’s Blood Pressure In Just A Few days - NO Drugs or Diets:
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And the clinical studies can be seen here:
♥ Clinical Studies Reveal That Salt Does NOT Cause High Blood Pressure, It LOWERS It!
“I’ve done everything to lower my blood pressure and nothing has really worked. I’ve listened to my doctor, I’ve changed my diet and I’ve removed all the salt and still, there’s barely any improvement! ”
However, in regards to salt and hypertension, that’s a myth!
So here’s the reality check based on facts and clinical studies - not what so-called “expert” or “website” said.
High quality salt is essential for life.
So logically it makes sense that salt is important and needed.
As far as clinical evidence, in one study of over 6250 people, cutting salt intake did NOT reduce the risk for heart attacks, strokes or death.1
In another study in 2013, it showed that lower salt consumption actually INCREASED your risk of death from heart disease.2
A review of the available research reveals that much of the science behind the supposed link between “salt and high blood pressure” is dubious and doubtful at best. According to Scientific American:3
"Intersalt, a large study published in 19884, compared sodium intake with blood pressure in subjects from 52 international research centers and found NO relationship between sodium intake and the prevalence of hypertension.
In fact, the population that ate the most salt, about 14 grams a day, had a lower median blood pressure than the population that ate the least, about 7.2 grams a day...
For every study that suggests that salt is unhealthy, multiple ones reveal that it does not."
So what about the studies that show lowering salt is good for blood pressure?
A 2004 analysis of 11 salt-reduction trials found that over the long-term, low-salt diets decreased systolic blood pressure by 1.1 millimeters of mercury (mmHg) and diastolic blood pressure by 0.6 mmHg. That equates to reducing your blood pressure from 120/80 to 119/79.6
A 2006 study in the American Journal of Medicine study compared the reported daily sodium intakes of 78 million Americans to their risk of dying from heart disease over the course of 14 years. The study concluded that lower sodium diets led to HIGHER death rates among those with cardiovascular disease!7
I can go on and on, but I hope you see where this is leading.
Salt is good for you.
Not only is salt relatively benign, it's actually a nutritional goldmine,...
Regular table salt will damage your health, while natural salts are profoundly healing. Here's a quick break-down of their basic ingredients:
Natural salt: 84 percent sodium chloride, 16 percent naturally-occurring trace minerals, including silicon, phosphorous, vanadium, magnesium, potassium, etc.
Processed (table) salt: 97.5 percent sodium chloride, 2.5 percent man-made chemicals, such as moisture absorbents and flow agents. These are dangerous chemicals.
Processing table salt also radically alters and damages the structure of the salt.
While natural salts, containing the minerals and electrolytes, are vital for water balance, enzyme production, stress reduction, immune system, adrenal and thyroid function.
What’s The Best Salt?
You want to use unrefined natural salts, such as Himalayan Salt or Celtic Sea Salt. Celtic salt is slightly better because it has a little less sodium and more magnesium.
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