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From: Salty (
Subject:         Re: Inorganic salt...who is right?
Date: August 27, 2014 at 11:32 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Inorganic salt...who is right? posted by Gina on August 27, 2014 at 11:17 pm:

This is all somewhat of a myth perpetuated by slick
health marketers.

Yes, some minerals are bonded with carbon and are
considered "organic". That doesn't make inorganic bad

Still Sodium is Sodium regardless of whether it is
bonded to something or not. There is not two classes
of Sodium on the periodic table of the elements.

The question is then of utilization within the body,
is it easier to utilize a mineral in the body if its
bonded to carbon or not. in some cases yes, in other
cases no, in most cases it generally doesn't matter.

It is also useful to note that many inorganic
compounds are necessary for life, and many minerals
are actually ions (e.g., proteins, DNA, and RNA).
Sodium, chloride, and phosphate ions are essential for
life, as are some inorganic molecules such as carbonic
acid, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, water, and oxygen.

So when you take a breathe are you concerned that you
are breathing inorganic oxygen?

Water is considered inorganic in chemistry. Does that
make it poisonous? if it did, we'd all be dead.

Don't believe the hype

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