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22 Foods that are High in Sodium

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Processed foods, a staple in the American diet, are overflowing with sodium. So it's no surprise that most Americans consume too much sodium, and 75 percent of it comes from eating processed foods, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Below is a list of 22 high-sodium foods that you can limit in your diet to reduce your sodium intake.

  1. Frozen cheese pizza (12.8 oz) - 2103 mg
  2. Canned clam chowder soup (1 cup) - 1865 mg
  3. Chicken noodle soup (1 cup) - 1737 mg
  4. Pre-packaged sliced turkey/ham (4 oz) - 1080 mg
  5. Oven-roasted, fat-free chicken breast (4 oz) - 904 mg
  6. Non-fat mozzarella cheese  (1 serving) - 840 mg
  7. Domino's thin crust cheese pizza (2 medium slices) - 839 mg
  8. McDonald's grilled chicken sandwich (1 sandwich) - 820 mg
  9. Hard, salted pretzel (2.1 oz) - 814 mg
  10. McDonald's cheeseburger (1 burger) - 770 mg
  11. Sliced ham (2.2 oz) - 697 mg
  12. Mushrooms, canned (5.5 oz) - 663 mg
  13. White kernel corn, canned (1 cup) - 530 mg
  14. Campbell's 25% less sodium tomato soup (1/2 cup) - 480 mg
  15. 1% Low-fat cottage cheese (4 oz) - 459 mg
  16. Low-sodium Sauerkraut (1 cup) - 437 mg
  17. Light tuna, canned in water (4 oz) - 382 mg
  18. V8 100% vegetable juice (1 cup) - 330 mg
  19. Olives, canned (0.5 oz) - 320 mg
  20. American cheddar imitation (1.1 oz) - 310 mg
  21. Soy sauce (1 tsp) - 297 mg
  22. McDonald's French Fries (medium) - 270 mg

For more tips to manage sodium in your diet, click here.

(Source: CalorieKing.com

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