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What You Need to Know about the DASH Diet

This number is increasing. The number of people with high blood pressure has more than doubled over the past 40 years. This is a cause for concern, as high blood pressure can increase the risk of heart disease, stroke, kidney failure and other disorders.

The DASH diet was developed to help manage high blood-pressure and reduce the risk of heart disease. Continue reading to find out more.

Understanding the DASH Diet

The DASH diet is recommended for people who want to lower their risk of cardiovascular disease and prevent or manage high blood pressure (also known as hypertension).

The DASH diet is based on fruits and vegetables, lean meats and lean meats.

This diet was created in response to studies that showed people who followed a diet based on plants such as vegetarians and vegans had lower blood pressure.

The DASH diet places a high priority on fruits and vegetables, while including lean sources of protein, such as fish, chicken, and lentils. The diet restricts red meat, added sugars and fat.

This diet is beneficial to people with high blood-pressure because it limits salt intake, as per scientists. According to the standard DASH diet, no more than one teaspoon of sodium (2,300mg) is recommended per day. This is in line with most national recommendations.

Benefits of DASH Diet

The DASH diet can also help you lose weight and reduce your risk of cancer. DASH was not designed to help you lose weight. You shouldn’t expect it to work on its own. This diet has many benefits.

Can aid weight loss. Some people may find that the DASH diet helps them lose weight by automatically reducing their caloric intake. Some people may need to limit their intake.

Diet may reduce diabetes risk Some studies have shown diets can reduce insulin resistance.

Reduces the risk of heart disease. A recent assessment found that women who ate a diet similar the DASH diet had a 29% reduced risk of stroke, and a 20% decreased risk of heart disease.

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