I recently dealt with palpitations due to high blood pressure and a lower than normal potassium level. Since then, I've been able to get my potassium levels back to normal, but my blood pressure is still a little high (normally about 145/75). I hear that salmon is good for the heart due to the high levels of potassium and omega-3 fatty acids. However, when I went to the store to get some, I noticed that salmon also has high levels of cholesterol and sodium, which can't be good for the heart. So my question: is salmon really good for the heart? Do the positives outweigh the negatives?
Yes,salmon is good for your heart and high blood pressure, the fat in salmon is the good fat and should help lower the bad chrolestrol,we've been told to lower our fat intake, but there is good fat and bad fat. Your pituitary gland needs good fat to make the hormones your body needs to keep your hormones in balance,such as your thyroid glam ,thymus gland, and your adrenaline glands, stop using margins and start using real butter,cut off the fats around your steaks, stop eating processed foods, I hope this helps you out.
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