How Much Salt Is in Beer?


How much salt there is in beer depends on the type of beer you are drinking. On average, regular and light alcoholic beer has about 11 mg of sodium (salt) per 12 ounces. Budweiser has 11 mg sodium, 11 g total carbohydrates, and 1 g protein. Beer contains no cholesterol, dietary fiber, or sugars. A 12 ounce can of regular, alcoholic beer has approximately 150 calories. In most states you have to be 21 years old to drink beer.
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If you have high blood pressure you may be curious to know how much salt is in beer. It is not salt per se that you need to be concerned about but the amount of sodium which amounts to the same thing. In 12 ounces of your average beer there is about 11 mg of sodium. Human beings only require 69 mg of sodium per day and a low sodium diet is surprisingly considered to have between 1500 mg to 2400 mg per day.
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