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What beer has the lowest sodium content?

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Beers with the lowest sodium content are Miller Lite, Red Stripe Jamaican Ale, Michelob Ultra Light and Amstel Light. All four of these beers contain 0 milligrams of sodium.

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Most brands of regular beer contain 14 milligrams of sodium for a 12 ounce serving, which is still considered a very low amount. Original Budweiser beer has the highest sodium content, with 20 milligrams.

Most nutritionists consider food and drinks containing less than 35 milligrams of sodium to be low. Due to the low amounts of fat and sodium found in beer, many doctors approve an occasional beer while on a low sodium diet.

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