1 can of chicken noodle soup = up to 1700 mg
We likely all know by now that canned foods typically tend to be very high in salt, with anywhere from 400-840 mg per serving, according to the CDC. But the good news is that now you can find low-sodium soups in many grocery stores, and there’s also a simple way to reduce the amount of sodium that you consume when eating beans or vegetables from a can—simply rinse them under water before cooking.
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