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Dietary Salt in Humans with Salt-Resistant Blood Pressure

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Vascular Effects of Dietary Salt in Humans With Salt-Resistant Blood Pressure

The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of dietary salt restriction on central hemodynamics and vascular function in men and women with salt resistant blood pressure.

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Dietary Sodium Restriction

A registered dietician will counsel participants to reduce daily habitual dietary salt intake below 2000mg over 4 weeks

Control

Participants will consume their routine habitual dietary sodium intake > 3400mg per day with regular pre determined check in phone calls from a registered dietician.

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Vascular Effects of Dietary Salt in Humans With Salt-Resistant Blood Pressure: Dietary Counseling Study

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NCT03424993

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vbmrEd