very low sodium

ver·y low so·di·um

(ver'ē lō sō'dē-ŭm)
A product so labeled contains, by F.D.A. order, no more than 35 mg of sodium per serving.
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In addition, very low sodium intake may have a deleterious effect on the cardiovascular system, possibly by causing insulin resistance.
Even better but harder to find is a "very low sodium'' food, which by definition has a scant 35 milligrams per serving or less.
Very low sodium levels can lead to swelling of brain cells due to excess influx of water into these cells.
And in certain high-risk patient subgroups, the panel found some evidence of harm associated with very low sodium intake.
But when the impact of very low sodium intake on health factors other than hypertension was examined, the results were surprising.
Others, like Cleveland Clinic hypertension expert Joseph Nally, MD, express concern with the quality of the evidence for a very low sodium diet.
A standard, five-ounce can of Sustainable Seas No Salt Added cost us roughly the same as Starkist Selects Very Low Sodium Chunk White Albacore in Water or Bumble Bee Very Low Sodium Solid White Albacore In Water.
* "Sodium-free" foods contain less than 5 milligrams of sodium per serving * "Very low sodium" foods contain up to 35 milligrams per serving.
Diabeti-Gest Antacid/Calcium Supplement tablets are chewable, contain no sugar or "hidden sugars" and have a very low sodium content.
Each sells a Very Low Sodium Chunk White Albacore Tuna in Water with only 35 milligrams of sodium per quarter cup.
If you're cooking for carnivores, Health Valley's delicious Fat-Free Chicken Broth has 380 mg of sodium, and Herb-Ox Very Low Sodium Instant Chicken Bouillon powder has a mere 5 mg.