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Salt vs. Salt

Wednesday, August 5th, 2009

Yes, there is a difference between table salt and sea salt. Table salt is sodium chloride whereas sea salt is 97 percent minerals. There is very little sodium in sea salt.

Why sea salt? It has to do with the lymph system. There are millions and millions of miles of lymph in your body. Without keeping the lymph moving sickness occurs. The lymph is made of salt water and without adequate sea salt and enough water your lymph gets sluggish and your health declines.

The only way to keep the lymph system healthy is exercise, water and sea salt. Table salt is dangerous. The anti-caking agent in salt is aluminum – which our bodies don’t need. Sea salt on the other hand is loaded with needed minerals for the body. Dr. Steve Nelson recommends a teaspoon of sea salt every day.