A well-known vegetable juice blend has 480 mg of sodium in its "classic" version. In response to national guidelines about sodium intake — 2300 mg per day for many but 1500 mg per day for all people 51 years of age and older, African-Americans of all ages, or anyone with heart disease, kidney disease, or hypertension — they offer a lower sodium version that has 140 mg per cup.
Here's a homemade farmers market knockoff I call “V7” for obvious reasons. As a teaspoon of salt has about 2300 mg of sodium, you can make your own low-sodium version with a half teaspoon of salt for 8 cups.
The heavy dose of Tabasco doesn't add that much sodium as it only has about 30 mg per teaspoon and no one uses a teaspoon of Tabasco.
Servings: 8 cups — about 2 servings of vegetables per cup
Mine turned out sort of a weird green color but it sure tasted good.