Do You Know the Effects of Salt on Your Body?

The leading cause of death among Americans is heart disease.

However, there is hope if you are able to maintain healthy levels of blood cholesterol. These levels can be managed by making specific healthy lifestyle changes such as—maintaining a regular exercise routine, properly managing your stress and improving your diet with healthy nutrition and natural supplements.

It is common knowledge that too much salt consumption can lead to heart disease.

However, a new study now claims that too much intake of salt can be harmful for brain health as well.

If you’d like more information on this study, check out this article, High salt low activity also bad for brain health

If you have a high intake of salt and combine that with lack of exercise, you increase your chances even more for poor cognitive performance.

The findings of this study were published in the Journal of Neurobiology of Aging. "’These findings are important because they help people know they can be proactive in retaining healthy brains as they age,’ says Carol Greenwood, one of the study's lead researchers.”

This may be a no-brainer, but is sitting on the couch for hours on end watching TV and eating salty snacks the best way to promote a healthy lifestyle? Not really—so why do we do it?

Especially with the number of millions of adults in the US with dementia, we need to take a look at our lives and eating habits and make a change for the better.

By lowering the intake of salt in our diets and getting into the habit of exercising every week, we increase our chances of better brain health, as we age.

Regarding natural supplements, they are far better for your health than medicines when it comes to dealing with illnesses, especially as it pertains to prevention of disease.

Omega-3 fatty acids are known to support healthy heart, joint and brain function.

High cholesterol is one of the main culprits for heart disease—one in three Americans experiences high cholesterol. Natural compounds, like plant sterols and stanols, have been proven to naturally help in lowering cholesterol.

If you’re looking for an all-natural supplement to help support energy production and healthy arteries, then look for a supplement with Q-Trol, which is an “all-natural proprietary blend of the coenzyme Q10 and resveratrol.”

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