Sodium
Sodium
Description :

Most of the sodium we consume is in the form of salt, and the vast majority of sodium we consume is in processed and restaurant foods. Your body needs a small amount of sodium to work properly, but too much sodium is bad for your health.

Excess sodium can increase your blood pressure and your risk for heart disease and stroke. Together, heart disease and stroke kill more Americans each year than any other cause.

Source :

Haddock

213 mg


Turkey Egg

151 mg


Duck egg

146 mg


Chicken Egg

142 mg


Quail egg

141 mg


Liver Goose

140 mg


Goose egg

138 mg


Ling

135 mg


Anchovy

104 mg


Butterfish

89 mg


Mahi Mahi

88 mg


Swordfish

81 mg


Celery

80 mg


Spinach

79 mg


Pink Salmon

75 mg


Milkfish

72 mg


Sheepshead

71 mg


Carrots

69 mg


Striped Bass

69 mg


Bluefish

60 mg


Lingcod

59 mg


Sablefish

56 mg


Cisco (Fish)

55 mg


Sweet Potato

55 mg


Atlantic Cod

54 mg


Kale

53 mg


Tilefish

53 mg


Tilapia

52 mg


Chum Salmon

50 mg


Carp (Fish)

49 mg


Scup

42 mg


Broccoli

33 mg


Cusk

31 mg


Spot

29 mg


Spinach salad

23.554 mg


Abiyuch

20 mg


Coconut

20 mg


Monkfish

18 mg


Garlic

17 mg


Banana Melon

11 mg


Sesame

11 mg


Yam

9 mg


Mulukhiyah

8 mg


Avocado

7 mg


Potatoes

6 mg


Clementine

2 mg


Cucumber

2 mg


Eggplant

2 mg


Guava

2 mg


Jackfruit

2 mg


Lemon

2 mg


Lime

2 mg


Lime Juice

2 mg


Almond

1 mg


Apricot

1 mg


Figs

1 mg


Mango

1 mg


Pineapple

1 mg


Pistachio

1 mg


Pumpkin

1 mg


Red Onion

1 mg


Strawberry

1 mg


Watermelon

1 mg


Acerola

0.7 mg




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