When you’re trying to figure out how different foods are going to affect your health goals, some of the top factors that you take into account are things like calorie count, fiber content, and protein. But some of the things that could have the biggest impact on your goals are the lesser considered components of a food, like sodium. While the recommended daily sodium content usually falls between 1,500 mg to 2,300 mg, the average American tends to consume over 3,400 mg, which is well over anybody’s healthy intake. And with higher-than-healthy sodium consumption comes, unfortunately, health issues like high blood pressure, heart disease, and low bone calcium. Of course, one of the biggest reasons behind excess sodium consumption comes down to just not actually knowing how much sodium is really in some of the foods we eat. So, to test your salt expertise, we’ve rounded up some of the saltiest foods around – some junk foods, and some typically considered “healthy” – to see how well you know the sodium content on your plate.