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... Plain unprocessed salmon is very low in sodium. ... (1 replies)
... how much sodium is in salmon (1 replies)
... Gemi, you sound like a real chef and a good one at that. Wow! You must be in great health. ... (11 replies)

How much sodium?
Jan 9, 2005
... I'm a bit confused. I get in around 2800 mgs of sodium and 4800 mgs of potassium a day. It is recommended to take in less than 2300. ... (8 replies)
... it's better than going to Arby's, McDonald's, or Taco Bell, but still KILLS you in the sodium department. ... (16 replies)
... Your diet isn't particularly high in sodium to begin with, so the smoked salmon once in a while probably isn't going to be a problem. Just keep in mind that if you're trying to lose weight, things high in sodium will cause water retention. ... (16 replies)
... You can generally equate sodium to salt. There's so much of it in foods because it shows up in flavor enhancers and preservatives. Most prepackaged foods are high in sodium. Especially frozen dinners and other prepared meals. ... (16 replies)
... prepared cooked salmon then? ... (16 replies)
... The sodium figure is likely 700 mg. ... (16 replies)
... Of course I would bring in more variety but this is about what it's like. ... (16 replies)
... I always love chicken! So many ways to prepare it. Yup, Tichou, I am not a big seafood person. I usually have to be in the food for anything with a fishier taste, such as salmon or tuna. ... (9 replies)
... or maybe which ones to only eat once in a while? ... (0 replies)
... sodium sardines packed in olive oil. Oh sure, there are always those who make faces whenever they see me eating sardines. Well, let them. ... (9 replies)

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