Friday, 31 March 2017



I was cooking a recipe the other day when I noticed "salt" as one of the ingredients, and it hit me -- sometimes I forget that not everyone knows all the things about REAL nutrition that they should... and the concept of salt being "bad for you" is one of those topics that we haven't covered much.
So here's the deal with salt...
STAY AWAY from plain old refined table salt.
Refined salt is the main reason salt has such a bad reputation. It's the same terrible stuff you find in processed foods. Our bodies actually need salt, but most research (especially what's been published in America) has revolved around refined table salt - and the results have shown that this stuff is not good for you.
In many parts of the world, it is well-accepted that salt itself is NOT the problem ... it's the kind of salt that's causing problems.
Refined table salt is pretty scary, actually. It often contains harmful anti-caking agents, some of which have been linked to heavy metal toxicity and kidney problems. A common preservative in these refined salts, sodium acetate, may cause elevated blood pressure and kidney disturbances.
So what should you use instead?
The truth is that unrefined sea salt is actually good for you. It helps to balance your blood sugar, helps keep your bones strong, regulates your metabolism, boosts your immune system and more. Natural, unrefined sea salt provides a number of nutrients and minerals, in a way that the body recognizes and knows how to use. Over 80 trace minerals found in the naturally filtered salt water used to create unrefined sea salt give it its vital grayish color, and its slight moistness keeps the salt and minerals in a form that the body can use.
You can find many kinds of unrefined salt right in the store but check the label, it must say "unrefined" - some sea salts are still refined. I personally like to use AztecSeaSalt, which is not sold in stores. I know for a fact is high-quality, unrefined, and loaded with the good minerals and nutrients you need, as I actually had breakfast with the owner while I was on a trip last year in Sayulita, Mexico, and he showed me all about where and how they harvest this rare salt.
But, the number one reason I use it? It is hands-down the tastiest salt I've ever tried. You can actually truly TASTE the difference!
In fact, AztecSeaSalt is so good that they can barely keep it in stock! They can only harvest it 16 weeks out of the year, so the supply is limited. And, every time they get a fresh batch, it disappears pretty fast.
Luckily, I just got word that they just got a fresh batch in, and they are once again accepting orders for it right now... so if you want to be one of the few people who get in on this next batch of nutrient-rich AztecSeaSalt - before it disappears - head over here now
You can also read on that page some of the studies showing that if you consume too little salt, it can actually CAUSE heart disease. These are important studies, so make sure to read the studies presented on this page.
Enjoy this top quality sea salt in all of your recipes!
Mike Geary
Certified Nutrition Specialist
Certified Personal Trainer

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