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Jocelyn is a NextAdvisor. How many calories do you get for that mg. But by Nutrisystem had taken to the Web, using the Internet as well as toll-free phone numbers, even home shopping TV to promote and sell their program. That's because you buy most of your food from Nutrisystem. You pick your foods from the choices Nutrisystem offers. The following user gives a hug of support to jeffries9:

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In full compliance with the FTC guidelines, please assume that any and all links on the table are affiliate links, and we may receive compensation if you click one of these and make a purchase. To Sign Up for free, please click here Ask our community of thousands of members your health questions, and learn from others experiences. There was a problem adding your email Try again. Do not copy or redistribute in any form! I'm on Nutrisystem diet which has 2, mg of salt per day. Is this too much salt for high blood pressure.

I'm keeping it at about mg per day. However, I had high BP before this diet and am wondering if the salt is too much?

The following user gives a hug of support to jeffries9: Depending upon which source you read, it can be mg per day. So your doc is giving a good average limit I would wholeheartedly recommend that you follow your doc's advice exactly on this.

Many people are indeed "salt-sensitive" hypertensives, and find that reduction of their salt intake does very good things for their BP after a couple of weeks. Some people gain little in terms of BP from the reduction. Until you try it, it is impossible to say. But your trial will provide you with a good solid data point you and your doctor can use throughout the rest of your life.

As an aside, even if you gain little from salt reduction in your BP, the benefits of less fluid retention and weight fluctuation due to fluid are good all by themselves. You will feel better without lots of salt.

Jeff, I tried nutrisystem for awhile, and was hungry all the time even though I was eating all the time. I also have hpb and noticed the high sodium in those meals. I stopped nutrisystem and have switched to a healthier diet with veggies and decreased my portion sizes and have great results.

I also saved some money! It can be done, and I have lost 15 pounds already and are exercising and feeling great! BP has gone down also and doc has already removed a dieretic from my pills. My next visit is in April and he said he will probably remove another one if I keep it up. Last edited by lylone; at

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