To determine the sodium content in foods and drinks, read the amount on the product's nutrition facts. Nutrition facts list the amount of each nutrient per serving, so also check the serving size on the label to determin... More »

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Fruits and vegetables are one of the best options for a low-sodium shopping list. Nutrition labels on other foods make it easier to find those that are also low in sodium, according to healthfinder.gov. More »

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Fat-free foods include most fruits and vegetables, including apples, oranges, bananas, broccoli and leafy greens such as kale or spinach. Other plant-based foods, such as black and pinto beans, are popular options for in... More »

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Energy drinks usually have the highest caffeine content, with some containing 300 milligrams of caffeine or more per 8-ounce serving. Coffee is next, with 80 to 150 milligrams per 6-ounce serving, followed by teas and co... More »

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A nutrition label on a food product is used to calculate nutritional facts for that food product. The nutrition label includes the serving size, calories, nutrients and a footnote. The footnote includes a table to descri... More »

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Most fresh fruits and vegetables are low in sodium, and apricots, cherries, oranges, peaches and plums have none at all. Unsalted rice crackers, almonds, hazelnuts, pecans and pistachios also have zero milligrams of sodi... More »

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The nutrition label on milk contains a list of nutrients in 1 cup of milk, including calories, fat, cholesterol, sodium, potassium, carbohydrates, protein and vitamins. Also included are the recommended daily allowance p... More »

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