Metabolic syndrome and salt sensitivity of blood pressure in non-diabetic people in China: a dietary intervention study.

@article{Chen2009MetabolicSA,
  title={Metabolic syndrome and salt sensitivity of blood pressure in non-diabetic people in China: a dietary intervention study.},
  author={Jing Chen and Dongfeng Gu and Jianfeng Huang and D. Chandrasekhra Rao and Cashell E. Jaquish and James E. Hixson and Chung-Shiuan Chen and Jichun Chen and Fanghong Lu and Dongsheng Hu and Treva K. Rice and Tanika N. Kelly and L. Gabriel Navar L. Lee Hamm and Paul Kieran Whelton and Jiang He},
  journal={Lancet},
  year={2009},
  volume={373 9666},
  pages={829-35}
}
BACKGROUND Since insulin resistance is thought to be the underlying mechanism for metabolic syndrome, affected individuals might be sensitive to a dietary sodium intervention. We aimed to examine the association between metabolic syndrome and salt sensitivity of blood pressure. METHODS 1906 Chinese participants without diabetes, aged 16 years or more, were selected to receive a low-sodium diet (51.3 mmol per day) for 7 days followed by a high-sodium diet (307.8 mmol per day) for an additional… CONTINUE READING
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