Eat salt for health and wellness

Salt is essential for life – nobody can live without it!

Salt is essential for everybody – not only to life, but to good health too

Regretfully, most people simply can't even imagine that there are enormous differences between standard – refined table salt and natural cooking salt that appears to be health-promoting salt.

Commercial refined salt (usually called common table salt) is not only denuded of all its minerals, with exception of sodium and chloride, but it also is heated up at such heats that the chemical structure of salt changes. Additionally, salt usually is chemically cleaned and bleached and treated with anticaking agents which prevent it absorbing moisture in the container. Unfortunately, all the anticaking agents perform the same (anticaking) function in the human body, so refined salt does not dissolve and combine with the water and fluids present in body. Additionally, usually used aluminum is a light alloy that deposits into the brain, often causing Alzheimer's disease.

All sorts of natural salt – sea, rock and Himalayan salt –
promote a healthy balance (homeostasis) in the body

As all sorts of natural salt contain literally all of almost 80 elements found in the body, natural salt is characterized as:

Human blood contains 0.9% salt (sodium chloride). Salt holds the electrolytes balance – inside and outside of cells. Most of salt occurs from foods. Even doctors usually advocate replacing water and salt dropped off during exercise or working outside.

For example, wilderness hikers know the importance of salt tablets to combat dehydration and hyperthermia. Rehydration drinking mineral water involves replacing both missing water and salt. Expectant mothers are advised to get enough salt.

Increased salt intakes have been used successfully to combat Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

According to the National Academy of Sciences (USA) recommendations, it is compulsory to consume a minimum of 500 mg/day of sodium to maintain good health.

Personal needs, nevertheless, can vary hugely based on genetic make-up and the lifestyle. While individual requirements range widely, usually there is no trouble reaching their minimum requirements. Most consume "excess" sodium above and beyond that advised for proper bodily processes. The kidneys efficiently process this "excess" sodium in healthy people – to some extent.

Research show that most humans tolerate a wide range of sodium intakes, from about 250 mg/day to over
30,000 mg/day. The usual range is much narrower. Americans consume about 3,500 mg/day of sodium; men more, women less. Major part of the population consumes 1,150- 5,750 mg/day of salt which is termed the "hygienic safety range" of sodium intake by some researchers.

Chloride is essential to good health too. Every substance, including water, can be toxic in certain concentrations and amounts. However, this is not a big concern for using natural salt.

Here’s what scientists, researchers of salt influence on health and wellness have found:

 

Eat your salt for health and
wellness

 

 

To health and wellness


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