You probably don’t shake a teaspoon of salt onto your food every day. But you might get more sodium than you think if you eat lots of processed foods. To stick with your daily goal, look for sodium on the nutrition facts label. Skip or limit anything with a daily value of 20% or higher per serving. That’s considered a high-sodium food. Instead, check for labels that say low or no sodium, low or salt-free, unsalted, or lightly salted.