Hillshire Farm has a line of entree salads.
- Chicken Caesar
- Chicken and Bacon Club
- Turkey and Cranberries with Ham Julienne
- Turkey and Ham Chef
Too Much Saturated Fat & Sodium
These salad entrees only include about 5 ounces of lettuce but up to half a day's saturated fat and a full day's sodium.
According to the Dietary Guidelines, most Americans should keep sodium intake at 2,300 milligrams per day or less. That is about the amount found in a scant one-teaspoon measurement.
The oven roasted chicken breast, Parmesan cheese, croutons, and creamy Caesar dressing in the Chicken Caesar supply 480 calories and 10 grams of saturated fat, plus one-half gram of trans fat and 1,630 milligrams of sodium. The Turkey and Ham Chef is almost the same.
The Turkey and Cranberries or Chicken and Bacon contain only 300 calories due to light or fat free dressing, and they contain less fat (5 or 6 grams of saturated fat). But, they still contain a hefty amount of sodium (1200 to 1400 milligrams).
Made by Sara Lee Corp.
Disclosure: We have no affiliation with the manufacturer mentioned above.
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