BP change with weighttraining

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forgiven
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   Posted 1/15/2008 4:34 PM (GMT -6)   
Before my blood pressure was 130 something over 80 now with weighttraining and the protien i am taking in it hovers from 140/89 to 150 over 90. I will eventually be on meds soon. My doc is a friend of family. I want to put on bodyweight for powerlifting. I see everybody else progressing with lifting and putting on weight and i get told to stop. Why is this happening to me. But i did some research and cletic sea salt will help with my edema and plood pressure for the time being.

els
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   Posted 1/15/2008 6:05 PM (GMT -6)   
I am unsure where you have gotten your information on the Celtic Sea Salt helping with Edema and your blood pressure problems but this is totally false.
Celtic Sea Salt is just an unrefined, unprocessed "whole" salt.  However, it is still a salt and will continue to cause these problems for you.  My suggestion would be to seek advice from your physician on diet changes.

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forgiven
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   Posted 2/6/2008 11:20 AM (GMT -6)   
I tryed the celtic sea salt and it works. It is not the cure all but it did get rid of fluid in my foot. And getting rid of fluid means less stress on heart and kidneys. Might want to check your information.

els
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   Posted 2/7/2008 7:46 PM (GMT -6)   

forgiven, if you have tried this salt and it worked then good for you.  As for me checking my information, I always do before I post something I am unsure of...as I was a bit with this Celtic Salt before I responded.  What I found is when you Google or search for this all that comes up is pages and pages of Natural Healing type websites trying to push or sell this stuff.  I dont know about you but I dont consider this type of "information" as crediatible nor something I feel that I could post to someone else about as it isnt based on facts.  If WebMD, AMA (American Heart Association), or the NIH (National Institute of Health) had an article stating the miracles of Celtic Sea Salts they would be sold out from coast to coast and more members here would of known of it. 

 


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