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diet

in Scots practice
1 the date fixed by a court for hearing a case.
2 a single session of a court.

DIET. An assembly held by persons having authority to manage the public affairs of the nation. In Germany, such assemblies are known by this name:

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Of the five studies in which 3,680 participants with high blood pressure were put on a low-salt diet, they found that the risk of death due to heart disease decreased by 33%, as there were 674 heart disease deaths during the study periods.
'Doctors tend to add more and more antihypertensive medications, but thee patients could have their blood pressure controlled with a low-salt diet and fewer medications,' claimed Dr.
Based on our primary results more than 90% of the participants had not a low-salt diet and they reported that they added extra salt to their food while cooking and eating.
This difference was twofold greater in salt-sensitive rats fed a high-salt diet than in those fed a low-salt diet (Figure 2(c)).
Blood pressure drops 2 more points if you switch to a medium-salt diet and 5 or 6 more points If you eat a low-salt diet.
Brachial-ankle PWV responses were defined as follows: response to low-salt equals brachial-ankle PWV on a low-salt diet minus brachial-ankle PWV at baseline; response to high salt equals brachial-ankle PWV on a high-salt diet minus brachial-ankle PWV on a low-salt diet; and response to potassium supplement equals brachial-ankle PWV on a high-salt diet with potassium supplementation minus brachial-ankle PWV on a high-salt diet.
There is a necessity to separately examine the influence of low-salt diet on fertilization and on fetal growth.
One of the mainstays of hypertension management is a low-salt diet. That's because salt helps retain water, which raises blood pressure.
So guys, make those essential lifestyle changes today: * Eat a heart-healthy, low-fat and low-salt diet that includes five portions of fruits and vegetables every day; * Get your heart muscle fitter by exercising at least 150 minutes at a moderately intensive level each week; * Don't wait until you are in your 40s or 50s to get a simple blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes check; get to know your doctor and if you're prescribed medication, take it; * If you're under stress, take up meditation, yoga, tai chi, or practice any other relaxation technique for five minutes every day; * Ditch the tobacco, it's just got to go.
One hundred fifty-two healthy men and women (mean age, 39 years) consumed a low-salt diet (urinary sodium < 0.46 g per day) and a high-salt diet (urinary sodium > 3.45 g per day) for 7 days each, in random order.
Are you on a low-salt diet to prevent high blood pressure?