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Food NameCaloriesSodium
Babyfood, fruit, applesauce, strained410
Babyfood, fruit, apricot with tapioca, strained600
Babyfood, fruit, apricot with tapioca, junior630
Babyfood, fruit, bananas with tapioca, strained560
Babyfood, fruit, plums with tapioca, without ascorbic acid, strained710
Babyfood, fruit, plums with tapioca, without ascorbic acid, junior740
Babyfood, fruit, applesauce and apricots, strained440
Babyfood, fruit, applesauce and apricots, junior470
Babyfood, fruit, apple and raspberry, strained580
Babyfood, fruit, apple and raspberry, junior580
Babyfood, fruit, bananas and pineapple with tapioca, junior680
Babyfood, fruit, bananas and pineapple with tapioca, strained650
Babyfood, fruit, pears and pineapple, strained410
Babyfood, fruit, pears and pineapple, junior440
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About DietGrail Foods without Sodium Database

There are few foods with zero sodium content.

In this low sodium food database, we also list those foods that contain less than 10 milligrams of sodium per 100 grams of food weight. This amount of sodium is almost nothing in comparison with the sodium content of foods like fish sauce or soy sauce (7,700+ and 5,600+ milligrams of sodium per 100 grams of food, respectively).
Similarly, 100 grams (3.5 oz) of bacon contains more than 2,300 mg of sodium.
While table salt (sodium chloride) has nearly 40,000 mg of sodium for each 100 g of its weight!

Besides calorie, protein, fat and carbohydrate data of these foods, we provide percentages of calories that comes from protein, carb and fat for each food. The total of these caloric percentages should be 100 unless the food contains alcohol.

 

For addition sodium info and sodium content of 8,000+ common foods see: Sodium Food Sources.


Americans Consume Too Much Sodium (Salt)

information from the National Institutes of Health

Sodium intake from processed and restaurant foods contributes to increased rates of high blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke. Decreasing sodium intake to within recommended limits could prevent thousands of deaths annually.

Americans eat too much sodium, commonly consumed as salt. High sodium consumption raises blood pressure. High blood pressure is a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke, the nation's first and third leading causes of death, respectively.

Research shows a dose-dependent relationship between consuming too much salt and elevated blood pressure. When salt intake is reduced, blood pressure begins decreasing for most people within a few days to weeks. Populations who consume diets low in salt do not experience the increase in blood pressure with age that is seen in most Western countries.

We all need a small amount (e.g., between about 180 mg and 500 mg per day) of sodium to keep our bodies working properly.

The Institute of Medicine recommends 1500 mg of sodium per day as the Adequate Intake level for most Americans and advises everyone to limit sodium intake to less than 2300 mg per day, the Tolerable Upper Limit. Current dietary guidelines for Americans recommend that adults in general should consume no more than 2,300 mg of sodium per day. At the same time, consume potassium-rich foods, such as fruits and vegetables.

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List of Zero-Sodium Fruits and Fruit Products

Sodium content is in mg per 100 g (3.5 oz) of food weight. This list is one of the few places where 1 equals 0. You will need to eat at least 100 pounds of fruits on this list before you reach the recommended daily adequate intake of sodium.



Sodium (mg)
Fruits with Practically Zero Sodium (100 g)

0
Grapefruit and orange sections, raw

0
Peach, raw

0
Orange, raw

0
Grapefruit, raw

0
Tangelo, raw

0
Cherries, sweet, raw (Queen Anne, Bing)

0
Pear juice, baby food

0
Nectarine, cooked

0
Peach, frozen, unsweetened

0
Pear, Japanese, raw

0
Plum, raw

0
Nectarine, raw

0
Fruit cocktail or mix, frozen

1
Strawberries, raw

1
Strawberries, raw, with sugar

1
Strawberries, cooked or canned, unsweetened, water pack

1
Youngberries, raw

1
Cranberry-orange relish, uncooked

1
Blackberry juice

1
Fruit cocktail or mix (including citrus fruits), raw

1
Blueberries, frozen, NS as to sweetened or unsweetened

1
Loganberries, frozen

1
Fruit cocktail or mix (excluding citrus fruits), raw

1
Raspberries, frozen, unsweetened

1
Blueberries, frozen, unsweetened

1
Raspberries, cooked or canned, unsweetened, water pack

1
Raspberries, red, raw


Sodium (mg)
Fruits with Practically Zero Sodium (100 g)

1
Pineapple juice-non-citrus juice blend, unsweetened, with added vitamin C

1
Raspberries, raw

1
Plum, cooked or canned, unsweetened, water pack

1
Loganberries, raw

1
Huckleberries, raw

1
Dewberries, raw

1
Boysenberries, frozen

1
Raspberries, black, raw

1
Rhubarb, cooked or canned, in heavy syrup

1
Rhubarb, cooked or canned

1
Blueberries, frozen, sweetened

1
Blueberries, cooked or canned, unsweetened, water pack

1
Blueberries, raw

1
Blackberries, frozen, sweetened

1
Blackberries, frozen

1
Blackberries, raw

1
Berries, raw

1
Watermelon, raw

1
Pineapple, cooked or canned, drained solids

1
Peach, pickled

1
Raspberries, frozen, NS as to added sweetener

1
Boysenberries, raw

1
Plum, pickled

1
Plum, cooked or canned, juice pack

1
Orange and banana juice

1
Pineapple, cooked or canned, juice pack

1
Pineapple, cooked or canned, in light syrup

1
Pineapple, cooked or canned, in heavy syrup

1
Pineapple, cooked or canned, unsweetened, waterpack

1
Rhubarb, cooked or canned, drained solids

1
Rhubarb, frozen, with sugar


Sodium (mg)
Fruits with Practically Zero Sodium (100 g)

1
Banana, ripe, boiled

1
Persimmon, raw

1
Grapefruit and orange sections, cooked, canned, or frozen, in light syrup

1
Lychee, cooked or canned, in sugar or syrup

1
Lychee, raw

1
Juneberry, raw

1
Banana, white, ripe (guineo blanco maduro)

1
Fig, cooked or canned, in heavy syrup

1
Banana, apple, raw

1
Fig, cooked or canned, unsweetened, water pack

1
Fig, cooked or canned

1
Fig, raw

1
Currants, raw

1
Grapefruit and orange sections, cooked, canned, or frozen, unsweetened, water pack

1
Cherries, sweet, cooked, unsweetened, water pack

1
Strawberry juice

1
Banana, baked

1
Banana, red, ripe (guineo morado)

1
Pineapple, raw

1
Figs, cooked or canned, in light syrup

1
Fruit Supreme dessert, baby food

1
Banana nectar

1
Orange juice, baby food

1
Applesauce with cherries, baby food

1
Applesauce with cherries, baby food, junior

1
Applesauce with cherries, baby food, strained

1
Pears and pineapple, baby food, junior

1
Watermelon juice

1
Apple-peach juice, baby food

1
Cherries, frozen

1
Tangerine juice, frozen (reconstituted with water)


Sodium (mg)
Fruits with Practically Zero Sodium (100 g)

1
Plums, bananas, and rice, baby food strained

1
Banana, raw

1
Apricot, raw

1
Apple, baked, with sugar

1
Apple, baked, unsweetened

1
Apple, baked, NS as to added sweetener

1
Apple, raw

1
Prune, dried, cooked, with sugar

1
Prune, dried, cooked, unsweetened

1
Prune, dried, cooked

1
Pineapple, cooked or canned

1
Pineapple-orange-banana juice

1
Rhubarb, frozen

1
Grapefruit and orange juice, fresh

1
Raspberries, frozen, with sugar

1
Tangerine juice, canned, with sugar

1
Tangerine juice, canned

1
Tangerine juice

1
Orange juice, freshly squeezed

1
Lemon juice, frozen

1
Lemon juice, fresh

1
Grapefruit juice, canned, bottled or in a carton

1
Grapefruit juice

1
Pineapple-grapefruit juice, canned, bottled or in a carton, with sugar

1
Orange, sections, canned, juice pack

1
Grapefruit juice, freshly squeezed

1
Grapefruit and orange sections, cooked, canned, or frozen, NS as to added sweetener

1
Pear, raw

1
Banana, Chinese, raw

List of Low-Sodium Vegetables and Vegetable Products



Sodium (mg)
Vegetables with Practically No Sodium (100 g)

1
Squash, baby food, junior

1
Green banana, fried

2
Squash, baby food

2
Cucumber, raw

2
Asparagus, raw

2
Aloe vera juice

2
Pepper, sweet, red, raw

2
Beans, green string, baby food, junior

2
Squash, summer, yellow, raw

2
Eggplant, raw

2
Squash, baby food, strained

2
Beans, string, green, canned, low sodium, fat not added in cooking

2
Beans, green string, baby food

2
Breadfruit, fried

2
Beans, green string, baby food, strained

3
Pepper, sweet, green, raw

3
Pepper, poblano, raw

3
Chives, raw

3
Pepper, raw

3
Onions, mature, raw

4
Peas, baby food, junior

4
Peas, baby food, strained

4
Peas, baby food

4
Snowpeas (pea pod), raw

4
Mushroom, Oriental, cooked, from dried

4
Ripe plantain, raw

4
Peas and carrots, canned, low sodium, fat not added in cooking

4
Beans, lima, immature, canned, low sodium, fat not added in cooking

4
Squash, winter type, raw


Sodium (mg)
Vegetables with Practically No Sodium (100 g)

4
Artichoke, Jerusalem, raw

4
Jicama, raw

4
Plantain, ripe, rolled in flour, fried

5
White potato, boiled, without peel, canned, low sodium, fat not added in cooking

5
Puerto Rican ground seasoning

5
Tomatoes, raw

5
Lettuce, Boston, raw

5
Peas, green, raw

5
Squash, summer, cooked, from canned, fat not added in cooking

5
Fried ripe plantain, Puerto Rican style (Platano maduro frito)

5
Squash and corn, baby food, strained

5
Mushrooms, raw

5
Green plantains, boiled

5
Plantain, fried, NS as to green or ripe

5
Plantain, boiled, NS as to green or ripe

6
Peas and brown rice, baby food

6
Alfalfa sprouts, raw

6
Tomatoes, broiled

6
Tomatoes, from fresh, broiled

6
Bean sprouts, raw (soybean or mung)

6
White potato, raw, with or without peel (assume peel not eaten)

6
Sprouts

6
Beans, string, green, raw

6
Plantain chips

7
Peppers, hot, cooked

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