Foods To Avoid For Optimal Kidney Health

High Sodium Condiments

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High sodium condiments are more common than many might think. Even ketchup can have as much as 160 milligrams of sodium in a single tablespoon. Sauces commonly used in Asian cooking, such as soy sauce or teriyaki sauce, could have up to as much as 690 milligrams of sodium per tablespoon. Eating these sauces could very quickly take individuals over the safe limit of sodium, which could lead to further kidney damage. Instead of relying on condiments or sauces with a high level of sodium, try adding spices, fresh herbs, lemon juice, or black pepper to food.

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