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The Effects of Magnesium on Workouts

The Effects of Magnesium on Workouts

You may not know it, but magnesium is one of your best exercise buddies. You need it for energy, muscle recovery and better athletic performance.
by Health By Principle on December 08, 2017  in Blood PressureenduranceEnergyExercisefitnesshealth by principlehealthylifestyleMuscle HealthscienceSupplementsWorkout
The Truth about Salt

The Truth about Salt

Rigorous studies showed that when salt consumption is reduced, blood pressure is just as likely to rise (~15%) as it is to decline (~18%). The other 70% of subjects had no change in their blood pressure when salt was reduced in their diets (1). Moreover, most recent research shows that significant reduction in dietary salt increased death events from cardiovascular disease, the very thing these regulations hoped to prevent.
Low-Sodium Might Not Mean Low Blood Pressure

Low Sodium vs. Low Blood Pressure

Current guidelines recommend limiting sodium intake to 2,300 milligrams a day for healthy people—with the FDA intent on lowering it further. However, during the study it was found that healthy adults consuming less than 2,500 milligrams of sodium a day had higher blood pressure than participants who consumed higher amounts of sodium.
by Health By Principle Staff on May 04, 2017  in Blood PressureElectrolytesExperimental BiologyMigraineNutritionSodiumYes on Sodium



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