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Bringing Down Blood Pressure with More Plant Foods and Less Salt
Students investigate the concept of a healthy diet for senior citizens, while specifically emphasizing a low consumption of sodium. The diet has the intention of helping to reduce blood pressure and students set goals for a heart healthy life.
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