For your purposes, you should read that statement as asserting two things.
1) Ceramic capacitors have low ESR.
2) You can use a ceramic capacitor with this regulator because it is stable with low ESR caps.
Due to a lack of historical perspective, you didn't quite understand what this statement meant. It is not your fault. Once upon a time, most regulators used aluminum electrolytic caps or tantalum caps. Both of these have MUCH higher ESR than ceramic.
But aluminum electrolytics are bulky. And then, for a while, tantalum was very difficult to obtain (the great tantalum shortage). And the ceramic caps became much more available in higher capacitances. So everybody (the IC vendors) started designing their regulators so that they could use ceramics. This was a marketing point, and an important consideration.
"Our regulator is stable with low-ESR ceramics! No need to struggle with procuring unobtanium tantalum caps, or simulate a tantalum by adding a resistor in series with your ceramic cap (something that was also done at times).
Hope this clears things up. I am sure you can use any X7R or X5R ceramic cap. If you are really worried (if you don't believe me), try to find out if the part has an evaluation board available. If it does, there will be a published BOM for the evaluation board. So you can use the exact same cap TI used on their evaluation board in your design.