ALDOSTERONISM AND YOUR DIET
The hormone aldosterone acts at the level of the kidney, causing the loss of potassium and the retension of sodium, when presents a hypersecretion disorder is called aldosteronism, and can be internal or external to the cortex adrenal. Although initially considered a rarity, primary aldosteronism now is considered one of the more common causes of secondary hypertension (HTN). Litynski reported the first cases, but Conn was the first to well characterize the disorder, in 1956. Availability and wider application of the plasma aldosterone/renin ratio (ARR) as a screening test for primary aldosteronism (PA) has led to the recognition that PA is the most common potentially curable and specifically treatable form of hypertension, possibly accounting for as many as 5–13% of patients.
of the kidney and is called primary hyperaldosteronism, or suprrenal tumor or carcinoma excessive amount of this hormone. With the use of potassium, blood pressure rises, fatigue is felt, Thirst, muscle fatigue and increases urine excretion.
With the combination of diuretic herbs along with foods like banana and pistachio this loss is prevented. When the hypertension states are accompanied by other symptoms external to the urinary tract such as accumulation of fluid in the tissues, congestive heart failure or liver cirrhosis is called secondary aldosteronism. We recommend volume 2 of the revolutionary diet plan “12 DIETS OF PLENITUD “that provides us with a urinary diet that expands with more details and recommendations the Compliance with a natural prevention process through food.