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1 mg of salt equals .00018 teaspoons, so 100 mg eguals 0.018 teaspoons of salt.

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The density will vary depending on the size of the crystals. But an estimate for table salt is

5770 mg.

Since a milligram is a unit of weight and a teaspoon is a unit of volume, it would take someone smarter than me to figure it out. Perhaps it can be done but I don't know how.

There are 20 teaspoons in 100 milligrams.

That is 1/5 of a teaspoon

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I think it is about 1-1/4 teaspoons

One teaspoon of salt contains 2000 mg of sodium, so 380 mg of sodium would be about 1/5 a teaspoon of salt.Read more: My_soup_label_says_380_grams_of_sodium_-_how_many_teaspoons_of_salt_would_that_equal

Its 480 mg of salt

That is 260 teaspoons.

This is approximately 0.02 teaspoons of sodium, or 1/50 of a teaspoon. In a 2000 calorie diet you are only allowed 2400 mg of sodium.

1010 mg of sodium is 0.2 teaspoons. It is 1/5 of a teaspoon.

15 mg is approximately three teaspoons or one tablespoon.

Technically, A teaspoon is not a unit of weight or quantity, but of volume; i.e. 500 mg of sodium x (57.5/23.0) = 1250 mg of salt.In this case 840 mg X (57.5/23.0) = 2100 mg of salt (approximately)

400 mg is about 1/12 of a teaspoon. ------------------------------------------------- You can not equate a unit of volume (the teaspoon) with a unit of mass (the mg) because it depends on what you are measuring (its density).

About 8,000 mg.

That is 4 teaspoons

The amount of teaspoons that roughly equal 600 mg are 1.25 teaspoons. Teaspoons should not be used as accurate measurements since their amounts depend on density and approximation.