Could Adding Minerals to Drinking Water Fight High Blood Pressure?
Once you are diagnosed with high blood pressure, your focus turns to cutting back on salt, while taking care to eat an exceptionally healthy diet.
Now, another small step is found to help reduce your blood pressure: Adding calcium and magnesium to your drinking water. New research suggests that adding these minerals can help outweigh the harmful effects of sodium on a person’s blood pressure, and it can be a simple way to help populations struggling to reduce hypertension. Finding a way to infuse them into water can also help, as many Americans fail to eat enough foods rich in these minerals. For more on this research, head on over to Health24.