Watch Out--High Sodium Foods

Sunday, March 16, 2008

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Beans: Pork n Beans 1100
Chili, Nalley Turkey w/Beans 1200mg
Chinese Foods
Convenience Meals: Most mix n fix meals, check them

Frozen Foods: Most dinners, pot pies, etc., check them
Healthy Choice Means...not so healthy
Juices: V8 Regular
Mexican Foods
Sauces: Soy Sauce
Treats: Beef Jerky
Wendy's Mandarin Chicken Salad!!! 1210 mgs!!!!

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    Canned veggies versus steamed or frozen veggies

    Lean Cuisine meals, healthy smart meals, including their soups (low cal isn't everything)

    Baked chips

    Cheese, in particular processed cheeses including American and other processed cheese products, blue cheese, Roquefort parmesan cheese, feta cheese and cottage cheese.

    Milk-based drinks including buttermilk, Dutch process cocoa and instant cocoa mixes.

    Canned foods including chicken, tuna and salmon, shellfish such as shrimp, crab, clams oysters, scallops and lobster.

    Grains including rice or noodles with seasoning packets and sauces, such as Ramen noodles, rice pilaf, instant potatoes and stuffing mix.

    Sauces including soy sauce, teriyaki sauce, Worcestershire sauce, steak sauce, barbecue sauce, smoke-flavored sauces, gravies, marinades, pasta sauces like marinara and alfredo, chili sauce, cocktail sauce, tomato puree and tomato sauce.

    Other high-salt items you might take by mouth include alkalizers, cough medicines, laxatives, mineral waters, pain relievers, sedatives, softened water, and chewing tobacco. Not all salt substitutes are sodium free, so be sure to check the label.
    3721 days ago
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