Pickles are a popular source of diet salt. Not all pickles need dill—sweeter pickles have less salt.
Try bread and butter pickles or prepare a low-sodium pickle like these pickled bell peppers.
Pizza is high in salt from the dough, sauce, and cheese.
You may still enjoy this classic cuisine with some innovation, especially if you cook it from scratch.
Healthy fat and protein are abundant in nuts. However, roasted, salted types are sodium-rich!
We recommend buying raw or unsalted roasted nuts from the supermarket and eating them alone or in a low-sodium recipe like spiced mixed nuts.