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Sodium

Sodium is a mineral found in salt. Sodium is important because it helps regulate water levels and blood pressure. The FDA recommends that most people should limit their intake of sodium to 2,300 milligrams per day.

Sodium is an essential mineral for the body and without it, our cells would not be able to function properly. Sodium regulates the levels of fluid in the body and blood pressure. The American Heart Association (AHA) recommends that most people should limit their intake of sodium to less than 2,300 milligrams per day.

Low sodium diet and high sodium diet

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Low Sodium Food
High Sodium Food
Pineapple
Mayonnaise
Pepper
Margarine
Onion
Rolls/Tacos
Mushroom
Breads
Oatmeal
Ready to eat meals
Broccoli
Canned Soup
Carrot
Crackers
Beans
Biscuit
Quinoa
Pizza
Cereal
French Fries
Pasta
Cheese Puffs
Rice
Hot Dog
Fish
Salted Nuts
Shellfish
Chinese Food
Poultry
Tortilla Chips
Water
Waffles
Diet Soda
Pancake
Tea
Instant Foods
Coffee
Canned Meat
Avocados
Buttermilk
Olive oil
Pretzels
Yogurt
Chips
Milk
Canned Vegetables
Unsalted Butter
Sausage
Spinach
Bacon
Oranges
Olives
Watermelon
Cheese
Mangoes
Sauces and Ketchup
Mushrooms
Soy sauce
Asparagus
Pickles
Potatoes
Salted nuts
Strawberries
Canned pasta
Grapes
Ham
Apples
Hot dogs
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