1-CANNED VEGETABLES : Veggies may be a cornerstone of a blood-pressure-friendly diet, but not the ones that come out of a can. The preservatives and sauces that keep the vitamin-filled veggies company inside the container are packed with sodium
2-RESTAURANT SOUP : Get this: P.F. Chang’s Hot & Sour Soup Bowl, packs an artery-shivering 9,590 milligrams of sodium. That’s more than four days’ worth or the equivalent of about 55—yes, 55—individual bags of Cool Ranch Doritos.
3-COLD CUTS : According to a recent survey, 48 percent of Americans are looking to cut back on sodium.
4-TOMATO SAUCE : Want some pasta with that salt!? A half cup of Hunter’s Tomato sauce packs a whopping 830 milligrams of sodium—which is more than you’d find in 97 Cheez-It crackers.
5-FROZEN MEALS : Frozen dinners may be quick and easy options when you’re time strapped, but they’re also loaded with sodium.