Salt is Bad…Right?!
Sodium is feared because if you are eating a SAD (standard American diet) you are getting too much of it in refined, processed, and packaged foods. What we know as table salt is mineral stripped, bleached, processed, and de-natured. Table salt can disregulate blood pressure, (hypertension), contribute to obesity, heart disease, osteoporosis, and much more.
The average person needs about 1 tsp. of salt in the correct ratio with potassium to allow the cells to uptake nutrients (some whole food sources of potassium – Swiss chard, crimini mushrooms, spinach, romaine lettuce, celery, broccoli, winter squash, tomatoes, collard greens, AND Celtic sea salt :-).
Download the handi-dandi Cron-o-meter (www.cron-o-meter.com) to figure out your sodium to potassium ratio.
A great way to give your body this essential nutrient while tastily seasoning your food is to use Celtic Sea Salt. It looks like sand because it is unrefined, and unprocessed. I once took a cruise around the Celtic Sea, what I saw on the railings of the ship was exactly what’s in a bag of Celtic Sea Salt. Straight from the ocean as nature intended it to be.
|Celtic Sea Salt Contains 82 trace minerals and…|
- Tastes great, has a very different taste than table salt.
- Rich in Sodium and Chloride that are essential to life.
- Helps to regulate the heartbeat and blood pressure.
- Eliminates mucus build- up in the body.
- Improves Brain function and nerve cells.
- Helps to balance blood sugar levels.
- Is an important part of an alkaline diet.
- A great source of electrolytes.
- Helps to build immunity.
- Calms the central nervous system and can help with sleep regulation.
- Prevents muscle cramps.
- Can be the cure for restless leg syndrome.
- Helpful in the treatment of adrenal fatigue.
Celtic sea salt comes in fine and coarse varieties. Sprinkle it on foods to taste, put it in water to make an electrolyte drink, and use it in your cooking. Listen to your body’s wisdom and let your taste buds be your guide- as you taste yourself healthy!