I beg to differ

A new article by Shanna Mallon just hit the web.

[Lots of people think sea salt is better because of its minerals, but sea salt and table salt have the same basic nutritional value, according to the Mayo Clinic. Both sea salt and table salt also have a similar amount of sodium by weight.
Produced in salt mines, traditional table salt is more processed than sea salt. This means it’s mostly devoid of natural minerals, which might be where a lot of table salt’s bad press comes from. It’s worth noting, however, that since the 1920s, producers have added iodine to processed salt. It’s an important mineral for keeping your thyroid happy.]

I am not a doctor, scientist or brain surgeon; just a natural man patiently waiting for the geniuses to confirm what I have been saying for years. Once again, many keep posting rehashed articles about salt that make no sense whatsoever. Either by ignorance or deception, these goons are polluting the information pool.

The difference between sea salt and table salt is as big as the Barranca del Cobre and a pothole on your street. I explained many times, the best and only way to get the ultimate salt is by drinking a bit of sea water, which has 92 nutrients. Next, is a good sea salt from a health food store; it comes with 80 nutrients. Dead last, is the table salt sold in stores, with only 2 nutrients. Yes just TWO.

So, I hope all the scientists get to read this post and enjoy the grant money they have received.

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