Sodium in Your Diet

Carla Duenas, Registered Dietitian at Baptist Health South Florida, recommends having one teaspoon of salt throughout the day and if you have high blood pressure is less than that, it's about half of a teaspoon. She says you really have to be mindful of where and what are you eating.

Chantis Mantilla, Ph.D., Exercise Physiologist at Baptist Health South Florida, points out eating healthy will become a habit at some point and the same will happen with exercising if you make the effort.

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