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To Salt or not to Salt

I often receive questions about salt. Specifically, if there alternatives to making food tasty, but without causing high blood pressure or other health concerns. When I tell people I use salt they are shocked! The problem with salt is that most people are using the wrong kind of salt. Refined salt is the main reason why salt has a bad reputation. It's the same terrible stuff you find in processed foods. Our bodies need salt to help regulate our blood pressure and stabilize our thyroid gland. Himalayan Pink Salt is my strongest recommendation. It has unprocessed sea salts from ancient and non-polluted sea beds. 

1. Essential for digestion
2. Promotes healthy bowel movements
3. Stabilizes heartbeat
4. Creates alkaline environment 
5. Needed for absorption 
6. Decreases swelling
7. Healthy kidney
8. Decreases muscle cramps
9. Helps balance the flow of sodium and potassium across the cell membrane which helps create an electrical charge that enables muscle contraction and nerve conduction
10. Often aids in the relief of asthma symptoms.

To learn more about Himalayan Pink Salt or to order on sale now for $11.95 please call 636-724-5605.

P.S. Don't worry about the iodine. You will get that in leafy vegetables, sprulena, chlorella, strawberries, eggs, and seaweed.

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