Incorporating potassium-rich foods into your diet can lower your risk of developing hypertension by balancing the effects of sodium, claims healthline. Increasing your water consumption can also be helpful. The following foods can help you use less salt in your diet:
Oranges are a fantastic food for eliminating too much salt from the body since they are a wonderful source of potassium. Studies have also demonstrated a relationship between the orange flavonoid hesperidin and lower blood pressure.
Peanuts are not only a tasty snack, but they also have a lot of potassium. This may aid the body's process of excreting extra sodium through the urine, lowering blood pressure.
3. Beans, black
According to WebMD, meals high in potassium, including black beans, can help lower blood pressure. Black beans help the body excrete salt while also relaxing artery walls, lowering blood pressure. They contain more potassium than many other foods.
Because of their high potassium to sodium ratio, bananas are a well-known food that is advised for people with hypertension or blood pressure difficulties. They may also aid in the body's salt excretion.
One of the best providers of salt and potassium is white potatoes. They can aid in the body's ability to eliminate extra salt by being included in your diet. However, studies show that potatoes can take in a lot of salt from other foods, even when they are raw.
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