5. Frozen meals
One dinner = about 600-800mg of sodium
These meals will satisfy you in a pinch, that’s for sure, but don’t rely too heavily on frozen dinners—even when the label reads healthy and light, the “light” typically refers to calories, not sodium. Instead, load up on fresh or frozen produce, pine nuts, seeds, and olive oil, then throw together a quick homemade stir-fry with a teaspoon of low-sodium soy sauce.
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