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[Nutrition] Salt of the Earth: Sodium & Plant-Based Diets

 Is a plant-based diet sufficient to reach sodium goals?

DOCTOR'S NOTE

This video is part of my extended series on sodium, which includes:
High Blood Pressure May Be a Choice
Sprinkling Doubt: Taking Sodium Skeptics with a Pinch of Salt
The Evidence That Salt Raises Blood Pressure
Sodium Skeptics Try to Shake Up the Salt Debate
Shaking the Salt Habit
Sodium and Arterial Function: A-Salting Our Endothelium

If you’re already cutting out processed foods and still not reaching your blood pressure goals, see:
Wakame Seaweed Salad May Lower Blood Pressure
Hibiscus Tea vs. Plant-Based Diets for Hypertension
Flaxseeds for Hypertension
How to Prevent High Blood Pressure with Diet
How to Treat High Blood Pressure with Diet
How Not to Die from High Blood Pressure
Oxygenating Blood with Nitrate-Rich Vegetables

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