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Physical Activity Decreases Salt's Effect on Blood Pressure

Posted Apr 10 2011 12:20pm
Posted on 2011-04-06 06:00:00 in Blood Pressure | Diet | Exercise |
Physical Activity Decreases Salt's Effect on Blood Pressure

The more physically active a person is, the less his/her blood pressure rises in response to a high-salt diet. Casey M. Rebholz, from Tulane University School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine (Louisiana, USA), and colleagues found a dose-response relationship and urge that: "patients should be advised to increase their physical activity and eat less sodium.”

Casey M. Rebholz, et al. Presentation at the American Heart Association Nutrition, Physical Activity and Metabolism / Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Prevention 2011 Scientific Sessions, March 23, 2011.


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