A member asked:

If the sardines i'm eating says the ingrediants are just sardines, water, and crustaceans then there isn't much sodium is there? or is there?

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Dr. Yun Kim answered

Specializes in Family Medicine

Sardines: I would look at the nutrition label. It usually states the sodium content there. Sarddines are typically salty.

Answered 10/5/2013

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