cursor on a
product to see the sodium content shown on the nutrition
find breakfast an easy
meal. For breakfast I have
porridge, muesli (most are low in sodium so I do not show them), or
one of the cereals you
see on this page that have 120 mg or less of Sodium per 100g but
to go into about a dozen supermarkets to find them all. For a change
I have fried or scrambled eggs and tomato with home made spicy sausage
but alas no bacon. Most Jams are low in sodium but check
as you may be
able to get the same type of jam with lower sodium.
Cereals change very often so some of those below may be discontinued but I am sure you will find something for breakfast.
low sodium so I do not show plain oats to save space but when they have additions
they rate a mention.
Freedom foods website www.freedomfoods.com.au shows many breakfast products with low sodium levels and some types of chips.
If you crave a Bix type product
try Weet-Bix Kids.
22/3/15 Great Start berry still low sodium but standard variety sodium has increased to 170mg/100g.
Two examples of the myriad of mueslis that are readily available.
mueslis do not have any salt added and thus have sodium levels of about
20mg/100g or less. There are so many of them that I do not have room to
add them to this site except for a couple of examples. It is
disappointing that some mueslis are being
"improved" by having salt added so be careful.
Also available DIGESTIVE 1st sodium 56mg/100g and Heart 1st 42mg/100g.