Overlooked Nutrients for the Heart
From eNewsletter 10/11/2021
DID YOU KNOW that there are a million reasons why it is good to stay hydrated, but would you believe preventing heart failure is one of them? A study presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress 2021, suggests that maintaining good hydration can prevent or at least slow down the changes within the heart that lead to heart failure. Recommendations of daily fluid intake vary from 56 ounces to 74 ounces for women and 70 to 106 ounces for men. However, many people do not come close to meeting even the lower ends of these ranges. Serum sodium is a good indicator of hydration status: when you drink less fluid, the concentration of serum sodium increases. Your body then attempts to conserve water, activating processes known to contribute to the development of heart failure..
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