This Is What Happens When You Eat Himalayan Salt


How does Himalayan salt benefit our bodies more than sea salt or table salt? What should we know about Himalayan salt?

Himalayan crystal salt is amazing in more ways than you’d think. Over 200 million yeas ago there were actually crystallised sea salt beds covered with lava. They were then over time enveloped with snow and ice for ages. Somehow this salt managed to stay preserved. The Himalayan mountains pass through Asia located in countries including; China, Nepal, Myanmar, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bhutan, and India.

This salt contains the same trace minerals and elements found in the body. Some of these minerals include things like sodium chloride, calcium, potassium, magnesium, and so forth. This salt is less refined and has less sodium per serving than regular table salt. We are also able to collect these minerals easily as they are found in colloidal form.

When consuming Himalayan salt we are obtaining a plethora of benefits. Himalayan salt can aid in cardiovascular health, reducing signs of ageing, reduce insomnia, prevent muscle cramps, promote a healthy pH balance and improve circulation around the body. When compared to other salts they just do not seem up to par. Sea salt as you may have noticed is becoming increasingly processed and table salt is already an overly processed disaster.

You can use Himalayan salt for a large number of things some of which have nothing to do with eating. You can bathe with it to detoxify your body, air purification, and so much more. Adding this salt into your life in place of table salt will provide you will everything you have been missing out on. Your body will thank you.





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