low salt diet


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low salt di·et

a diet with restricted amounts of sodium chloride, useful in the treatment of some cases of hypertension, heart failure, and other syndromes characterized by fluid retention and/or edema formation.

low salt di·et

(lō sawlt dīĕt)
Diet with restricted amounts of sodium chloride; useful in the treatment of some cases of hypertension, heart failure, and other syndromes.
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Thus it is almost as pure as table salt, and able to negate the effect of a low salt diet in proportion to the amount consumed (3).
Since it is reasonable to assume that an athlete eating in an institutional dining hall is likely to be on a low salt diet, any restriction in his dietary intake of sodium is likely to produce a significant sodium deficit.
For that type of leg cramping try a salt tablet-as long as your doctor has not put you on a low salt diet for other reasons.
The reason that many illnesses can increase lithium levels is that increased sweating, fever, a low salt diet, vomiting, and diarrhea all result in less sodium present in the body, thus producing higher levels.
He added: 'Patients with hypertension, for instance, are expected to continue to take a low salt diet. They will still continue to take their medications for hypertension and so on.
aACAo Have a low salt diet, as high intake of sodium in the salt can cause water retention