SpiritDetox.com Warns of Salt Myth in Newly Published Heart Health Article
In a newly published article, SpiritDetox.com warns readers of the dangers of a low-salt diet for high blood pressure. With the article, the team hopes to shed some light on one of the most common heart-related health myths.
Bakersfield, California (PRWEB) November 19, 2013
If you've been trying to treat your high blood pressure with a low salt diet, SpiritDetox.com wants you to know you might be doing the wrong thing. In a recently published article entitled "Want to Lower High Blood Pressure and Have Better Heart Health? Salt Isn't the Enemy," the SpiritDetox.com team tackles one of the healthcare industry's biggest myths.
According to the article, salt is not the culprit. In fact, the article claims that lowering or eliminating salt could actually harm the body over the long-term. Salt is actually essential for the body to function properly. The article states that salt-restricted diets can actually increase blood pressure.
The problem, rather than being a salt problem, is a processed salt problem, the article claims. Commercial table salt, which is processed and refined, is actually toxic to the body. Instead of eliminating salt altogether, people who are trying to lower their blood pressure should switch from iodized salt to natural salts, like Himalayan or Celtic salts. Derived from the sea, these have a positive effect on blood pressure and the body.
When asked about the addition of the article to the SpiritDetox.com database, Albert Milligan, owner of SpiritDetox.com, indicated "When we really started researching the truth about salt and blood pressure, we realized we had to share it with our readers. Too many people have been given false information."
SpiritDetox.com offers quality pink Himalayan salts to help their customers boost heart health. The article joins the extensive selection of informative health and wellness articles available to SpiritDetox.com readers.
SpiritDetox.com is an online retailer that sells health and wellness products that focus on natural solutions to today's health and beauty problems. They provide education and support to their customers as well. For more information visit http://www.spiritdetox.com.
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