Too much sodium can cause high blood pressure and significantly increase your risk of heart disease. It is also important for regulating blood volume and maintaining muscle and nerve function. Sodium is the major positively-charged ion (cation) outside your body cells and is mostly found in blood, plasma, and lymph fluid.

Marc Perry, CSCS, CPT is the creator of BuiltLean based in NYC.

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