Is canned soup high in sodium?
Yes, canned soup, including non-creamy varieties, is considered high in sodium. On average, 1 can of soup can contain about 1710 mg of sodium, which is about 74% of the recommended daily intake of 2300 mg for adults. High sodium diets can contribute to hypertension and other heart diseases.
Is Campbell's Chunky Soup gluten-free?
No, most varieties of Campbell's Chunky Soup are not gluten-free. They often contain wheat flour which is a source of the gluten protein. However, some varieties may be naturally gluten-free, so it's important to always check the ingredients list if you need to avoid gluten.
Is canned soup keto?
No, most canned soups are not suitable for a keto diet. Keto diets typically recommend 20-50g net carbs per day, and a serving of standard canned soup can have anywhere between 15-30g of carbs, primarily from noodles, rice, beans or potatoes often included in these soups. Some specific low-carb or broth-based soups may fit into a keto diet, but overall, eating canned soup frequently could make it difficult to stay within the carb limit of a keto diet.