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From: Salty (118.208.78.237)
Subject:         Re: Inorganic salt...who is right?
Date: August 29, 2014 at 9:01 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Inorganic salt...who is right? posted by Gina on August 28, 2014 at 1:59 pm:

Like i said, the problem is not salt, its what comes
along for a ride with it that can lead to problems. So
celtic sea salt is unprocessed and its probably the
best. It is what I use.

Miso, Tamari and the like, sure use them too, but I
cannot really comment on the types of salts used in
them, and they are processed so I would use them in
moderation, but not on a daily basis.

Himalayan Salt, I avoid, just because there are
reports out there if you research on it about
contamination in some batches of it, including
sometimes unsafe levels of arsenic, flouride and
possibly other things that I don't recall right now. I
err on the side of caution with it.

No need to get in fear about all this, so I would be
perfectly fine with taking Himalayan from time to time
in moderation, but I wouldn't make it any everyday
thing. Look for brands that have been tested for
purity.

I think Celtic Sea Salt typically passes purity tests
so I tend to favour it above others.

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