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March 28 2011 12:00 AM

Overall, persons should regularly exercise and consume less sodium in their diets. This week though, research has been shared with the public and the American Heart Association Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, that a person's blood pressure lessens the more exercise you do, in direct response to a high salt diet.

The American Heart Association recommends consuming less than 1,500 mg of sodium per day.

If a person's average systolic blood pressure (the top number in the reading, measured when the heart is contracting) increased 5% or more from the low-sodium to the high-sodium regimen, the researchers labeled them as high salt-sensitive.

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