- Any fresh fruits, like apples, oranges, or bananas.
- Any fresh vegetables, like spinach, carrots, or broccoli.
- Frozen vegetables without added butter or sauce.
- Canned vegetables that are low in sodium or have no salt added — you can rinse them off to remove some of the sodium.
- Low-sodium vegetable juice.
What happens if you eat no salt?
In severe cases, low sodium levels in the body can lead to muscle cramps, nausea, vomiting and dizziness. Eventually, lack of salt can lead to shock, coma and death. Severe salt loss is very unlikely to happen because our diets contain more than enough salt.
Is a salt free diet healthy?
Though health authorities continue to push for lower sodium intakes, reducing sodium too much — below 3 grams per day — may negatively impact health. Studies show that people who consume less than 3 grams of sodium per day are at a greater risk of heart disease and early death than people with an intake of 4–5 grams.
Can you live on a no salt diet?
The human body can’t live without some sodium. It’s needed to transmit nerve impulses, contract and relax muscle fibers (including those in the heart and blood vessels), and maintain a proper fluid balance.