Top 5 Reasons Why Your Feet Are Swollen

You Consume Too Much Salt

The sodium in salt is the biggest dietary culprit when it comes to retaining water in general. So it only makes sense that it can lead to foot swelling as well, says Dr. Johanning. The American Heart Association recommends that adults take in no more than 2,300 mg of sodium every day, or about a teaspoon of salt per day.

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