Five surprisingly salty foods from your grocery store

Here are five surprisingly salty foods found at your local grocery store. Notice most of these are low calorie options, which tricks the consumer into thinking they are choosing a healthy option.

Ken’s Steakhouse Lite Italian Salad Dressing – 440 mg every 2 tbsp
Fresh veggies—like spinach, tomatoes, and carrots—are typically low in sodium. Don’t ruin your salad by using dressings that are heavy on the salt.

Campbell’s Homestyle Chicken Noodle Soup – 940 mg per ½ cup serving
One cup of this soup would supply you with 80% of your daily intake of sodium.

Lean Cuisine Baja-Style Chicken Quesadilla - 690 mg per meal
Frozen meals are often full of sodium. Although low in calories, it delivers almost 30% of your daily sodium intake.

Rice-a-Roni Spanish Rice – 1,250 mg per 1-cup serving
This side dish contains more than 50% of your daily amount of sodium.

Vlasic Kosher Dill Whole Pickles – 880 mg per pickle
If you eat the whole thing, you’ve consumed more than one-third of your daily sodium.

Here are the remaining 20 items listed in the article.

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