A quick look at True Food Kitchen’s nutrition guide indicates that things may be slightly problematic for those who are watching their sodium intake. Consider the Korean Noodle Bowl, for example. It has 550 calories, 1.5 grams of fat, 125 grams of carbs…and here’s the kicker: 1,950 milligrams of sodium. Phew. Or think about the Grilled Chicken Parmesan that comes armed with 850 calories, 52 grams of fat, 14 grams of saturated fat, 21 grams of carbs, and 2,490 milligrams of sodium. Things get even more alarming if you look at dishes like the Herb Hummus and the Sweet Potato Hash. While the former has over 3,000 milligrams of sodium, the latter is equipped with 4,440 milligrams of sodium. These are much higher than what you should be consuming in a single day.
You’re probably aware that it’s a smart idea to limit your sodium intake for the sake of your health. As per the Food & Drug Administration, your daily sodium intake should not exceed 2,300 milligrams each day. Too much sodium in your diet can lead to health issues such as increased blood pressure, putting you at risk and making you more susceptible to heart disease.