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Fitness Minutes: (61,807) Posts: 9,956 8/13/10 6:53 P
Not sure about your question Michelle...I also will rinse off canned veggies to get rid of extra sodium.
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Posts: 1,412 8/13/10 5:15 P
With the raman noodle soup, if you don't use the seasoning packet, it's less than 100 mg sodium. At least that's what our nutritionist told us since Bob likes the raman soups when his stomach is bothering him. But we found just using 1/4 of the pack of the seasoning will give it enough flavor, whereas no seasoning makes it taste really nasty. You get sodium of course but a lot less than using a full packet.
Posts: 5,005 8/13/10 4:12 P
I have no idea. I was wandering a simular if you ate no seasoning packet w/ Ramen Noodles how much sodium it would be.
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Posts: 1,654 8/13/10 3:23 P
So I found a low calorie soup that I truly enjoy! It has 80 calories per 1 cup. But includes 480mg in sodium. I ate all the chicken and vegetables that were included in the can, but discharged the broth.
My question is...what portion of the 480mg of sodium was in the broth and what was in the vegetables and chicken.
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