Not all salts are equal.

Reading comments following my last post “Oxygenate” I realized, that I have made some of my dear Readers worry about my health. I’m fine, better than I was a week ago. I’m oxygenating, drinking glass of good water/with 1/2 a teaspoon Himalayan Pink Salt and 1/2 a teaspoon baking soda every morning.

You see, first I should have explained the difference between regular table salt and Himalayan Pink Salt.
Here it is.

We all know how bad is regular table salt – Sodium Chloride – refined – processed white stuff devoid of nutrients – contains aluminium and many other harmful ingredients. One only good element in it is Iodine.

But Himalayan Pink Salt contains the same 84 trace minerals and elements that are found in the human body. Iodine too.

Himalayan pink salt is good for vascular health – supports respiratory function – promotes stable pH balance -reduces signs of aging – promotes healthy sleep – increases libido – prevents muscle cramps – increases hydration – strengthen bones – lowers blood pressure – improves circulation – detoxifies the body.

So lets replace Table Salt with Himalayan Pink Salt – For better health!

Thank you for reading.
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God Bless you all.

Oneanna65

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42 thoughts on “Not all salts are equal.

  1. I’ve used Himalayan Pink Salt for years – I put medium chunks in our clear salt grinder & it’s lovely … another friend started doing the same thing (she is well-known for loving anything pink), so when dinner guests saw that, their initial assumption was that she’d figured out a way to dye her salt.

  2. I’m going to have to check into this salt. Is it anything like Real Salt, which is just natural salt with all the minerals still intact?

  3. hello oneanna65 its dennis the vizsla dog hay hmm we hav not got enny pink salt but we do hav sum kind of see salt wot has all diffrent kolord fleks in it and sum of the fleks mite be pink!!! i do not git to eet it tho!!! ok bye

  4. Your posts on the salt was JUST what I needed, thanx. [Synchronicity at its finest!] I have been using Sea Salt to get away from ‘table salt’. Lately, I have been wanting ‘table salt’ and figured my body was craving iodine. I can’t get myself to buy ‘table salt’.

    Years ago, I bought a ‘Natural Himalayan Salt Lamp’ (love it!). It came with a sample of pink Himalayan salt. I put the salt in a small glass jar, set it in the cupboard and forgot about it — and now, thanx to you, I pulled it out and have it available for daily use. I will be buying more pink salt. Thank you, I am very grateful!

  5. We’ve switched over to the Himalayan pink salt years ago. I’m definitely loving the pink colour and just knowing that it is a lot better. Even for sugar we’ve switched from white sugar to more natural alternatives, like raw honey, maple syrup, stevia, molasses. The best part about our raw honey is it comes from our very own backyard beehive.

  6. Hi there — one of your fans mentioned a Himalayan salt lamp. I have one beside the computer and one in our lounge area, to de-ionise the air (clean up the air and protect from electro-magnetic frequencies). And if you get hungry or run out of salt in the kitchen you can scrape off a bit of the lamp…. never tried that but apparently it’s possible!

  7. I got a small Himalayan pink salt lamp that just holds a tea light. It is perfect for relaxing in the evening when I do my meditation. I have been using sea salt but I will try using the Himalayan. i rarely use salt but it would look pretty on my slced tomatoes and cucumbers.

  8. Thank you Oneanna. I will take your word. I have to find that pink Himalayan salt. you take care now. let us know more of what is happening at you side of the world. kisses and hugs. Me to you.

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