Chicken and sodium beware

While shopping for chicken in the store I became aware that many popular brands inject their products with high-sodium chicken broth. This was the case for chicken parts as well as whole chicken. The addition of this broth makes the sodium go from about 75 mg per serving to over 200 mg per serving.
It is best to check the label of the chicken to see if the ingredients include chicken broth or sal...

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