Dietary Sodium Consumption Predicts Future Blood Pressure and Incident Hypertension in the Japanese Normotensive General Population

@inproceedings{Takase2015DietarySC,
  title={Dietary Sodium Consumption Predicts Future Blood Pressure and Incident Hypertension in the Japanese Normotensive General Population},
  author={Hiroyuki Takase and Tomonori Sugiura and Genjirou Kimura and Nobuyuki Ohte and Yasuaki Dohi},
  booktitle={Journal of the American Heart Association},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Although there is a close relationship between dietary sodium and hypertension, the concept that persons with relatively high dietary sodium are at increased risk of developing hypertension compared with those with relatively low dietary sodium has not been studied intensively in a cohort. METHODS AND RESULTS We conducted an observational study to investigate whether dietary sodium intake predicts future blood pressure and the onset of hypertension in the general population… CONTINUE READING
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