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The 12 Unhealthiest Canned Soups You Can Buy
Progresso Rich & Hearty Chicken Corn Chowder Flavored with Bacon sounds like a savory celebration in a bowl, but you'll want to limit your consumption.
While a one-cup serving delivers a reasonable 190 calories, it comes with 830 milligrams of sodium, 15 milligrams of cholesterol, and seven grams of fat.
A can of Gardein Plant-Based Saus'ge Gumbo comes with more troublesome nutrition than you might imagine, especially from a company that touts healthy alternatives.
The 210 calories and five fat grams, only 1.5 of which are saturated, aren't outrageous, but you also get a blood pressure-elevating 1090 milligrams of sodium.
The 120 calories and 4 grams of fat, one of which is saturated, with just a one-cup serving of Amazon Fresh Chicken Noodle, isn't the worst thing in the world.
However, it contains 30 milligrams of cholesterol and a hefty 1780 milligrams of sodium — just under the recommended daily allowance of 2300 milligrams and the highest on our list.
Chunky Spicy Chicken Quesadilla may not be the spiciest soup, but the label highlights antibiotic-free chunks of chicken, beans, and vegetables.
While 180 calories per one-cup serving might sound moderate, the seven fat grams, 20 milligrams of cholesterol, and 790 milligrams of sodium dampen your siesta.
Gardein Plant-Based Minestrone & Saus'ge is a tasty vegan canned soup seasoned in a distinctly Italian style, but the label might shock you.
A single serving has 240 calories, 7 grams of fat, and 1030 milligrams of sodium, amounting to 45% of the daily recommended quantity.