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All salts (even table salt) originate from a sea or salty body of water, but not all salts on the market today actually come from the oceans in existence today. What does that mean? Salts that are not sea salt are derived from underground salt deposits left behind by seawater at some point.

Sea salt is a type of salt produced from the evaporation of current seawater. The evaporation is accomplished by either open-air solar evaporation or by a quicker vacuum evaporation process. Some of the pricier sea salts available today often come from the slower sun- fueled evaporation method. When you eat a sea salt that has experienced very little processing, you have a salt that contains health- promoting trace minerals. (5) It also has natural flavors and colors that make it a lot tastier and more interesting to use for cooking as well as homemade beauty products.

Sea salt can be either unrefined or refined. I encourage you to look for unrefined sea salt, which has
more of its inherent health properties. Refined sea salt is washed to strip it of its trace minerals. You also don’t want a sea salt that lists “sodium chloride” as its main ingredient because this means it’s just as refined as table salt.

Also, beware of additives when purchasing sea salt. Unfortunately, some commercial producers of sea salt include health-hazardous additives in their final product, and certain food additives trigger leaky gut.

Health Benefit

  • Rich in Trace Minerals
  • Helps Avoid Dehydration and Balance Fluids
  • Excellent Electrolyte Source
  • Proper Brain, Muscle and Nervous System Function
  • Digestive Health Aid
  • Nutrient Enhancer

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