Originally Posted by BendtheBar
From my research it's sodium-potassium balance that is most important. I eat a high sodium diet but also make sure I eat foods that are rich in potassium.
If you Google "Blood Pressure Sodium Potassium Balance" you can find a wealth of info on this.
The ratio of sodium intake to potassium intake within the diet has a much greater effect on BP than sodium (or potassium) alone. The Skinny on Sodium Intake: Is Salt Bad for You? | Eric Cressey | High Performance Training, Personal Training
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