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Do you know how much water you should be getting each day?


Pacific Foods Soups

With over 20 ready-to-eat soups available, Pacific Foods has added a few more options to its line: Organic Spicy Black Bean & Kale Soup, Organic Split Pea & Uncured Ham Soup, Reduced Sodium Lentil & Roasted Red Pepper Soup, and Reduced Sodium Chicken Noodle Soup. I have a serious aversion to canned soups– I just can’t handle the idea of eating soup from a tin can. That’s why I love Pacific soups, packaged nicely in BPA-free Tetra Recart cartons, making them perfect for a packed lunch option for work.

The average American is consuming 3,400 milligrams of sodium a day–that’s more than double the recommended daily intake! High blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke are the diseases associated with excessive sodium intake and deaths related to these diseases could be significantly reduced if we lowered our sodium intake to the appropriate recommendation of 1,500 milligrams/day. By seasoning foods with fresh herbs and salt-free spices, choosing low-sodium products, and limiting our intake of restaurant and quick-service foods, you can significantly reduce sodium in your diet.