A registered dietitian and nutritionist, fresh and frozen veggies are inherently low in salt (typically less than 50 mg per serving), so "load up on these."
Baked potatoes and sweet potatoes are high in potassium and low in salt. If your diet is abundant in potassium, you don't need to limit your salt intake as much.
Unsalted nuts in the shell are a great snack choice because they have no sodium. If you consume unsalted popcorn, it may be an excellent low sodium treat as well.
Fruits, like vegetables, are naturally low in salt. Apples, apricots, papayas, and pears are your best options, as are bananas, which are also high in potassium.
Yogurt has extremely little sodium. Stick to plain yoghurt and avoid flavoured varieties, which include additional sugar.
Beans, lentils, and grains are all low in salt. Grains like oats can also help lower bad cholesterol and minimise your chances of developing type 2 diabetes.