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LUCKYNUMBER23 SparkPoints: (12,393)
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2/13/13 8:07 P

Thanks for the advice.

SWEDIEPIE Posts: 338
2/13/13 1:25 P

The sodium content is in the water, but also in the vegetable. You can drain and rinse them before you eat and that will cut it down a little, but there is still going to be sodium in what you eat. Surely it's better than some other options, though- so if you enjoy it, go for it- or look into the low sodium cans.



DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 26,778
2/13/13 1:22 P

Draining and rinsing under tap water, can remove up to about 40% of the sodium

Dietitian Becky

LUCKYNUMBER23 SparkPoints: (12,393)
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2/13/13 1:06 P

How much of the sodium do you throw away when you drain a can of vegatables? At work, I keep can veggies around to snack on. Lots better than a candy bar. A lady at work says - you should never eat can veggies because they have too much sodium. I'm thinking that I probably drain at least half of the sodium with the juice, but I'm not sure.

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