Sodium is big concern with store-bought soups, RD says

10/14/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Purchasing soup in a can or box is easier than making it from scratch, but it's important to read food labels to check for sodium content, which can be high even in soups labeled "light" or "healthy," registered dietitian Keri Gans writes. She notes that most soups she checked did not go overboard on fat, but some were low in protein, which helps people feel full.

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