Swap Table Salt For Pink Himalayan Sea Salt

Why?

salt and spoon The Himalayas were once a sea bed and the salt contained within them has a vast array of minerals which are beneficial to our bodies. Whilst you can get similar minerals from regular sea salt it can also contain man made contaminants as it is harvested from the sea bed whereas the salt in the himalayas is as pure as you can get. Our oceans contain many pollutants such as tiny plastic particles which we should not be ingesting.

There are over 80 minerals available in himalayan salt including: magnesium, potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, copper and selenium.

Also Pink Himalayan Salt looks really cool and tastes amazing!

WARNING – Iodine Deficiency

Many people are iodine deficient and you will find that some table salt is fortified with iodine for this reason. Sea salt does not contain very much iodine at all so you should look at getting it elsewhere. The best food by far is seaweed. If you don’t like the sound of eating seaweed then you can get powdered seaweed and add it to soups, curries, casseroles, etc.

You can get seaweed in the UK from the following suppliers:

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