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WHERE’S THE SALT? How Much Salt Do You Eat Every Day?
Are you feeding your family too much salt?
The right amount is 2,300 milligrams or one teaspoon of salt a day That is all that is allowed for what is already in food and what you add to it. Check labels carefully
If you are older or more likely to have high blood pressure, you should consume only ¾ teaspoon of salt a day. That’s 1800 milligrams a day
However, Americans consume, on average, about 3,400 milligrams of sodium a day; much more than they need
SODIUM IS HIDDEN EVERYWHERE!
HIGH SODIUM FOODS Ramen noodles Convenience Macaroni and Cheese Spaghetti Sauce Canned tomatoes and other canned vegetables Dill Pickles Canned soups Cheeses, including sliced, processed cheese
Condensed Tomato Soup 1690 mg of sodium Rule of thumb: No more than 480 mg per food; no more than 2400 mg per day One bowl, 1 ½ cup serving
Ramen Noodles 1434 mg of sodium Rule of thumb: No more than 480 mg per food; no more than 2400 mg per day 1 package prepared with seasoning packet
Dill Pickles One 4 inch long dill pickle 1731 mg of sodium Rule of thumb: No more than 480 mg per food; no more than 2400 mg per day
Mac and Cheese From a Box One cup serving 1058 mg of sodium Rule of thumb: No more than 480 mg per food; no more than 2400 mg per day
Processed Cheese 1 slice: 405 mg of sodium Rule of thumb: No more than 480 mg per food; no more than 2400 mg per day
Spaghetti Sauce 1 cup: 1075 mg of sodium Rule of thumb: No more than 480 mg per food; no more than 2400 mg per day
1 regular dog, plain: 591 mg of sodium Hot Dogs Rule of thumb: No more than 480 mg per food; no more than 2400 mg per day
Pretzels 10 twists: 1078 mg of sodium Rule of thumb: No more than 480 mg per food; no more than 2400 mg per day
Frozen Pizza ¼ of pizza, or 2 slices: 1023 mg of sodium Rule of thumb: No more than 480 mg per food; no more than 2400 mg per day
Smoked Ham Slices 2 thin slices = 780 mg of sodium Rule of thumb: No more than 480 mg per food; no more than 2400 mg per day
Frozen Dinners 1590 mg of sodium Rule of thumb: No more than 480 mg per food; no more than 2400 mg per day One typical dinner, on average
Fast Food Meals Can easily reach 1420 mg of sodium, regular burger and fries Rule of thumb: No more than 480 mg per food; no more than 2400 mg per day
Instant Chocolate Pudding No more than 480 mg per food; no more than 2400 mg per day 1 cup: 834 mg of sodium
Sports Drinks No more than 480 mg per food; no more than 2400 mg per day 20 ounce bottle: 240 mg of sodium
Tacos No more than 480 mg per food; no more than 2400 mg per day 1 large: 793 mg of sodium
Canned Beans and Vegetables No more than 480 mg per food; no more than 2400 mg per day 1 cup: 450 to 1000 mg of sodium
How Do You Know If Your Foods Have Too Much Salt?
Read the Label! There it is! No food should have more than 480 mg of sodium, anything over that is too much! Sodium is salt!
How do you hold the salt?
Cook From Scratch
Rinse Canned Beans and Vegetables to Remove Salt
Buy Low Sodium or Salt Free or Fresh or Frozen Varieties
Read The Labels
Try New Seasonings Lemon Pepper Vinegar Lemon Juice Oregano Garlic Chili Pepper Basil
Take the Salt Shaker Off the Table
Don’t Add Salt When Cooking
Know Which Foods Have Too Much Salt Foods that have over 480 mg of sodium in them Frozen Dinners 1500 mg sodium
What’s the Problem with High Blood Pressure?
High Blood Pressure Hurts: Heart
High Blood Pressure Hurts: Brain
High Blood Pressure Hurts: Eyes
High Blood Pressure Hurts: Kidneys
Increases Risk of Heart Attacks
Stroke Increases Risk of Stroke
KNOW YOUR NUMBERS NORMAL BLOOD PRESSURE READING 120/80 HAVE YOUR NUMBERS CHECKED TWICE A YEAR
Reduce High Blood Pressure Eat healthy Move more Reduce stress Read Labels
Live Healthy and Happy!
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