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Sodium Shockers: Foods That Contain Over 500 Milligrams

Even if you aren't the type of person who reaches for the salt shaker at every meal, you still might be consuming too much sodium. If you're healthy and under 50 years old, you should aim to consume less than 2,300 milligrams of salt a day — about one teaspoon of the white stuff. The problems don't always come from the salt shaker — check out the list below to see which everyday foods pack in the sodium.

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Whoa! Who eats 3 tablespoons of ketchup in one setting? *scratching head* On that end, though, Heinz No Salt Added ketchup is very good. In fact, I actually like it BETTER as the tomato taste is more prominent.
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