Sea salt used to be desirable for those of us trying to live a healthy lifestyle. It’s full of nutritious trace minerals such as potassium, calcium, selenium and magnesium – the electrolytes you need to recharge your system, particularly after exercise.
But sea water isn’t what it used to be. Do you have any idea what’s in the oceans these days? Everything from fine plastic grains, to toxic mercury, to deadly Fukushima nucleotides. Under the circumstances, sea salt – once a paragon of purity – often has to be refined. So how to keep the benefits of mineral-rich unrefined sea salt in your diet, without adding toxins? Go paleo.
Our Pink Himalayan Sea Salt is a fossil relic of a pristine ocean that lived 250 million years ago, prior to the age of the dinosaurs. Deposited and sealed deep in the earth, it has been preserved till now with all its nutritional value – and beauty - intact.
- Healthy alternative to sea salt from toxic oceans or overprocessed table salt
- Mineral rich! A bounty of iron, potassium, calcium, selenium and magnesium.
- Minerals are more readily absorbable – deep-earth pressure forces them into a naturally colloidal state.
- Helps maintain healthy electrolyte levels and proper hydration after exercise or regular day-to-day activities.
- Reduces salt cravings.
Almost as soon as people started using processed white salt, they noticed a big health problem – goiter, an obvious and painful swelling caused by lack of iodine. So companies started adding iodine back in. But they should have thought “Maybe lack of other minerals causes less obvious and dramatic health problems? Maybe we shouldn’t be stripping out minerals at all?
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