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    Numbers Game: Watching Your Sodium? Watch The Sweets!

    1185302512647A Panera Bread Company blueberry scone has ______ more milligrams of sodium than a large order of McDonald’s french fries.

    a) 150
    b) 225
    c) 380
    d) 430

    Leave your guess in the “comments” section and come back on Wednesday for the answer.

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    1. Melissa said on September 19th, 2009

      B 225 That is shocking no matter what the answer is. I keep track of my daily intake of calories, carbs, protein, fat, and sodium. Sodium is always my hardest goal to meet at 2400 mg/day; I am over daily. What do you recommend for cutting sodium intake?

    2. Andy Bellatti said on September 19th, 2009

      The best thing you can do is limit processed foods. As you know, frozen and canned foods are particularly notorious for high sodium content.

      Remember, about 75% of our sodium intake comes from processed foods already loaded with it — NOT from the salt shaker at the table.

      All restaurant meals are high in sodium; it is hard to keep that under control if you eat out often.

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