The Truth about Salt
Salt has always been controversial – being blamed as a contributor to heart disease and high blood pressure. But I’m here today to tell you that salt is NOT bad for all people.
For most people, salt can actually be GOOD for you. It is needed to regulate the water content in our body, and is particularly helpful with liver, heart and kidney function.
However, you need to be eating the right type of salt.
You can throw away your table salt straight away. This fine white salt has been refined so much that 82 out of the 84 minerals have been removed, leaving just sodium and chloride. Neither of these have any health benefits and over-consumption can actually cause serious harm.
You may have seen the larger granules of cracked sea salt in the supermarket and wondered what the difference is? Sea salt refers to salt derived from the sea… the only problem again is that most are refined.
Celtic Sea Salt
This is the naturally moist salt harvested from the Atlantic seawater off the coast of France, using the Celtic method of wooden rakes. The salt is unrefined and contains all of the 84 beneficial minerals found in seawater with no added chemicals or preservatives. If you are eating Celtic sea salt, you can actually benefit from adding one to two pinches to your lunch and dinner daily.
If you want to add more seasoning to your food, a great addition in your pantry is Herbamare (which you can find in the health food section of most supermarkets). It is derived from celtic sea salt and dried vegetables and is additive, gluten, milk, lactose and MSG free.
So don’t be afraid of adding a little extra salt to your plate – you will actually be doing yourself good!
Yours in health,
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