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Too much salt is to blame for very high blood pressure, says the Mayo Clinic

by , 28 May 2014

Do you add heaps of salt to your food before you even taste it? It could be the reason you have very high blood pressure say experts at the Mayo Clinic.

This because of what salt does in your body. Once your gut digests the salty food, your blood takes it up and transports it through your body. But before your blood offloads it, fluid from your cells and tissues enters your blood to dilute the salt. This causes the pressure in your blood vessels to rise, increasing your blood pressure.

So constantly eating salty foods keeps your blood pressure high and this can spell disaster for your overall health.

Not only does having very high blood pressure mean your blood vessels have to work harder to stop breaking, it also raises your risk of heart problems, stroke and kidney problems.

Read on to discover two ways to eliminate salt from your diet without resorting to eating bland food…

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Lower your blood pressure by substituting salt for these healthy alternatives 

#1 Salt substitute: Lemon juice
 
Acidic flavours mix well with any protein in your meal. You can marinade fish, chicken or red meat with lemon juice and a mixture of herbs. This gives the meat an acidic flavour that’ll reduce your need to add salt. You can even add lemon juice after cooking!
 
Add lemon juice to olive oil to make a tasty vegetable or salad dressing.
 
#2 Salt substitute: Fresh or dried herbs and spices
 
Mixing fresh or dried herbs and spices to your food adds flavour and eliminates your need for salt. Mix garlic with a variety of other herbs to add heaps of flavours to each dish.
 
Protect your overall health and lower your risk of disease by eliminating salt from your diet using these easy substitutes.
 
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All the information is here….

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