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Sodium Intake and Exercise Tolerance in Young Individuals

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Vascular Responses to Sympathetic Activation and Altered Shear Rate: The Impact of Hypertension and Sodium Intake

The aim of this study is to determine if alterations in sodium intake alter peripheral vascular function and exercise tolerance in young individuals.

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Dietary Supplement - Salt Pills

7 days of a low sodium diet plus 4 salt pills (sodium chloride) taken 3 times daily with meals (approximately 7000 milligrams per day)

Dietary Supplement - Placebo Pills

7 days of low sodium diet plus 4 placebo pills (microcrystalline cellulose) taken 3 times daily with meals

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Vascular Responses to Sympathetic Activation and Altered Shear Rate: The Impact of Hypertension and Sodium Intake

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NCT03558022

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