This week’s change: Upgrade to quality sea salt
Level of Discomfort (10 being the most painful): 1
Why: Many of us are mineral deficient, and real sea salt helps to provide minerals our bodies can use.
What do we substitute in place of it, if anything? Trust me on this. This is an easy switch. Go for the good stuff.
Potential Positive Outcomes: Depending on who you talk to, deficiency rates somewhere in the top 5 reason why so many of us are sick. For the vast majority of us, our bodies don’t get what they need to function. Necessary metabolic reactions for good health can sometimes require a pinhead sized portion of a micro-nutrient (vitamin or mineral) in order for it to be completed in the body. Processed foods contain very few nutrients and because we eat so many processed foods we don’t get the vitamins and minerals our bodies need to function.
Therefore, if you are going to consume salt (and I know you will), you might as well consume something that has the potential to benefit your body, right? So the best potential outcome for you by consuming better quality sea salt is that your body will get a mineral it needs to help make some positive chemical reactions take place in your body. Processed salt has valuable minerals removed from it AND it usually has some sort of chemical added to it to prevent clumping. Step away, just step away.
NOTE: More is not better. It’s still salt. Use with good discretion.
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