Ideas for a low-sodium breakfast include banana nut oatmeal, which has no sodium, and easy granola, which has 22 milligrams of sodium, according to Health.com. For lunch, tomato stacks with panko breadcrumbs only have 65 milligrams of sodium.
A citrus salad with oranges, grapefruit, spring greens, pine nuts and balsamic vinegar is a starter for dinner with only 7 milligrams of sodium, states Mayo Clinic. Grilled salmon with an Asian sauce that consists of reduced-sodium soy sauce, sesame oil, ginger and rice wine vinegar contains 113 milligrams of sodium. Another dish with low sodium is white sea bass with dill relish, which has only 129 milligrams of sodium.