Salt is good for you health

Himalayan Salt 

Everyone
has heard don’t eat too much salt.  It is
not good for you. Do you know why?

The medical
establishment villainizes salt; however it makes no distinction between
different types of salt.

The
three types of salt available for purchase are Sea salt, table salt, Himalayan
salt. Which is better for you?

We will start with the worst version of salt….

1. Table salt

This type of salt is what you should not be eating. Table
salt is refined and has been stripped of all minerals. Advocates of traditional medicine
believe that processed table salt is energetically dead, as its crystals are
completely isolated from one another. For the body to metabolize chemical table
salt, it must expend tremendous amounts of energy to keep the body in a state
of optimum fluid balance.

The average American
consumes 3,400 mg of sodium chloride a day, over 1,000 mg more than the
recommended limit. The body cannot dispose of it in a natural, healthy
way, which can lead to tissue irritation, water retention, and high blood
pressure.

Table salt has all of its minerals removed, which would
otherwise help to balance the blood pressure. Consequently, table salt causes
gross blood pressure fluctuations, instead of stabilizing it. This well-known
danger has created an entire industry of “low sodium” foods.

Processed foods are very high in sodium, but it is always
in the form of table salt, artificial flavors, or flavor enhancers. In the
ultimate heart-healthy irony, low sodium products often contain monosodium
glutamate, a sodium-based excitotoxin that causes heart attacks in people who
do not have enough magnesium. It is probably the most common reason for
mysterious heart failures in young athletes, who simply fall-over dead at
sporting events.

Salt is either found in rock form, where it is mined or
free flowing in the ocean. Over 100 years ago salt used to only be found in
rock form which had to be ground. In 1924, Morton’s Salt Company which controls
most of the salt in the U.S., was required to add iodine to their salt at the
request of the government. Table salt also contains additives to make it more
free flowing. Ferrocyanide, talc, and silica aluminate are commonly
included. Aluminum intake leads to neurological disorders, particularly when no
selenium is provided to help the body to chelate it. Aluminum bio-accumulates
inside the body, causing further degeneration over time. Talc is a known
carcinogen, though its effects upon ingestion have not been heavily studied.
While it was once used in baby powders, the majority of such products now use
cornstarch instead of talc, because of the known health risks. The F.D.A. has a
special provision to allow talc in table salt, even while it is prohibited in
all other foods, due to toxicity issues. According to current regulations,
table salt can be up to 2% talc.

Mineral deficiencies are partly responsible
for the rising obesity epidemic. Obese people are invariably malnourished, and
their bodies are starving, because regardless of how much they eat, they are
not getting the minerals and nutrients that they need. The processed table
salts and conventionally grown produce are a big part of the problems.

2. Sea Salt is better for
you but……

Unadultered
and unrefined sea salt is likely not harmful in moderate amounts. It contains
selenium which helps to chelate toxic heavy metals from the body. It also
contains boron which helps prevent osteoporosis and chromium which regulates
blood sugar levels. It also contains one of the only safe sources for copper. Copper
helps the body form new arteries when the main arteries are clogged. However,
with the pollution of our seas, it may not be wise to consume too much sea
salt. There is recent evidence that sea salt may contain amounts of micro
plastics. 

3.
The healthiest forms of salt…. 
Wieliczka Salt and Himalayan salts

Now onto Himalayan
salt, which is a type of rock salt best known for its striking pink color which
comes from the natural presence of several trace minerals, including magnesium
and iodine. Himalayan salt is unrefined and hand-mined from caves in northern
Pakistan. Because it’s millions of years old and has sat untouched, many people
believe that Himalayan crystal salt is a better option than standard table
salt, which may contain toxins and pollutants

Himalayan
salt helps to regulate
water levels in the body, encourage healthy blood pressure, reduce appearance
of aging, reduce cramps, promote sinus health, promote cellular energy balance,
promote healthy sleep patterns, promote kidney and gallbladder health. It can
also help boost your mood and provide a mental calmness since Himalayan salt is
a natural negative ion generator.

Healthy salts make the
body a hostile environment for pathogens, such as bacteria and parasites. Its
specific toxicity to pathogenic life forms is why salt is so beneficial.

Perhaps
you haven’t heard of salt therapy, but inhaling salt goes back to ancient
times. In fact, the benefits of salt therapy were even noted in a book
published in 1843 by Dr. Felix Boczkowski. Dr. Boczkowski, a physician at the
Wieliczka salt mine in Poland, observed a curiously low incidence of
respiratory conditions in salt miners.

Salt has antibacterial salt has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It loosens excessive mucus and speeds up mucociliary transport.It also remove pathogens like airborne pollen and reduces lgE level (immune system over sensitivity).