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the salt in your life

Posted Sep 25 2010 9:30pm

the salt in your life

We all eat salt, every day, several times per day. But have you ever thought about it? Which salt to take, is it bad for me, is it healthy, do I even need it? Some of you… maybe. But I know for a fact that most of you never thought about it. And for everybody living in the miraculous world of not knowing, here are the facts:

do we need salt?

Yes, we do! In fact our bodies are 0.9% salt and we need 5-10 grams of salt per day, because our bodies can’t reproduce it. It not only feeds nutritional mineral elements to our cells, it also dissolves, sanitizes and cleanses toxic wastes from our system.

And now that we know we have to eat salt… which one?

the common table salt

Or also called iodized salt is mostly chemical sodium chloride, which is really really bad for you taken in large quantities. This salt is actually the cause of different kinds of rheumatism such as arthritis, gout, kidney and gall bladder stones, cellulites… When we eat it, our body tries to metabolize these crystals sacrificing tremendous amounts of energy with very little results. At some point (after fighting it with zero results) our body gives up and just deposit it… thus causing illness.
Oh, and for the girls fighting with cellulites, no matter what you do – massages, therapies, cremes… until you eat sodium chloride salt – the battle is lost.

the sea salt

Or commonly known as the healthy alternative, because it’s full of vital minerals. But the truth is that our body can’t absorb those minerals, unless it expends tremendous energy to vitalize them. Sounds discouraging, right?

But! There is a real healthy salt, packed up with 84 mineral elements, a real lifesaver:

the himalayan salt

Which energy content, in the form of minerals, is balanced and can be easily metabolized by the body. With zero energy loss. Amazing, isn’t it! Other benefits of the himalayan salt include:

  • regulating the water content throughout your body
  • promoting bone strength, sinus health, respiratory health, vascular health
  • promoting a healthy pH balance in your cells, particularly your brain cells
  • promoting blood sugar health and helping to reduce the signs of aging
  • etc, etc

So, if you really care for yours and your family health – just through out the common table salt and buy some sea salt, or best of all himalayan salt. The price is not much higher then the common one, but the advantages are tremendous.

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