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“Most of the sodium we consume is when we are dining out or eating more processed foods,” Blanchette says. “Choose fresh meats, rather than cured or processed meats and be mindful for packaging of meats that are sitting in ‘sodium solutions,’” she adds. Go for more fresh fruits and vegetables. If buying canned vegetables or broths, choose those with "No Salt Added" on their label. Pick condiments that say “Reduced Sodium” or try flavoring food with citrus juices, vinegars and different herbs and spices, Blanchette says.