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Top 10 Sodium Foods -

from Mamavation

The Dangers of Eating Canned Soup: Toxic Brands & Better Choices

What's in the soup you are feeding your family and how does your favorite brand match up? What's in the soup you have been feeding your family? Curious. We studied all the major brands to see how they measured up when it comes to GMOs, MSG & BPA. And oh boy, what we found was shocking. Are you eating Campbell's Condensed Soup Progresso Healthy Choice or Wolfgang Puck? We looked into all these brands and a bunch more. And don't worry, we found some good brands to recommend as well!


Celery - Foods - NutriLiving Celery is loaded with antioxidants and celebrated for its diuretic properties. It is an excellent detoxifying agent, especially for the kidneys, as it lowers uric acid levels in the blood, reducing the risk of kidney stones. Although not considered a high-sodium food, celery does contain more than other vegetables, lending a slightly salty taste to your NutriBlasts. Many people say that celery has negative calories, but this isn't possible. It's a low calorie…

480 mg per serving is too high. The Effects of Sodium on your Health and Appearance
from Tribesports

Change Your Salty Ways

480 mg per serving is too high. The Effects of Sodium on your Health and Appearance

from Were parents!?

Homemade Low Sodium Sloppy Joes

Stop eating high sodium dinners! Create these homemade low sodium sloppy joes quickly and easily for an amazing dinner.

from Better Homes and Gardens

Low-Sodium Food Swaps


The U.S. Food & Drug Administration recommends that healthy adults limit their sodium intake to 2,300 mg a day—the equivalent of 1 teaspoon of salt. Too much salt in the diet can lead to high blood pressure, which increases your risk of heart disease. For our heart patients, however, we like to set an even lower intake of less than 2,000 mg of sodium a day. Here are some tips for cutting the sodium from your diet and making smart food choices for a healthy heart and lifestyle.


Have you heard of the Salty Six? Most of the sodium we eat comes from packaged, processed, store-bought, and restaurant foods. Here are the salty six that can add high levels of sodium to your diet: breads and rolls, cold cuts and cured meat, pizza, poultry, soup, and sandwiches.