The recommended maximum amount of salt in a day is 2300mg.
Most Canadians consume closer to 3600mg/day.
2 tablespoons of low sodium soy sauce will give you your recommended salt intake for the day.
1.5 tablspoons of regular soy sauce will do the same.
If you eat 2 slices of commercially prepared white bread everyday you will consume 124,000 mg of salt by the end of the year (doesn't even taste salty).
Campbells Soup attempted to remove a large portion of salt from their soups (some going from 900mg all the way down to 450mg) but their sales started to drop so last year it was announced they would be adding some back in (at least not all of it).
There is as much salt in 1 cup of corn flakes as there is in one serving of salted peanuts.
The average Canadian will consume nearly 3/4 of a standard Windsor brand box of salt in a year.
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