If I eat too much salt, will I get high blood pressure?
High salt intake alone doesn’t cause a healthy person to develop hypertension, but it does play a role though. The more salt you have, the more water the kidneys retain in the body. This increased volume of blood makes it harder for the heart, resulting in increased blood pressure. If you are diagnosed as salt-sensitive or if you have preexisting hypertension problems, that’s the time you need to restrict your salt intake.
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