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BEN BIKMAN | SALT & HYPERTENSION -kidneys should handle-INSULIN stops this!-forces blood pressure UP

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presents episode 1044 | Dr. Ben Bikman with Dr Ken Berry
Dr Ken Berry podcast

Hypertension & salt
-kidneys are designed to deal with that salt
-insulin does not let it do that properly
-insulin is forcing kidneys to hold onto that salt
-that salt is holding onto water
-which forces blood pressure to be high

Also why people, when change diet, have significant drop
-in blood pressure so quickly
-if look at hypertension through lens of insulin…
-would logically say: “how can I lower my insulin?”

Macronutrients
-carbs spike insulin the most, so
“I will eat less carbs”
Then, boom: blood pressure plummets in lock step with insulin

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