There are plenty of simple ways to reduce your sodium intake in addition to foods marketed as "low-sodium." Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables (canned and even frozen ones contain high amounts of sodium), switch to lowfat dairy products, and taste your food before you put salt on -- you may not need it!
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