Making the salt switch to Himalayan salt


I’ve always been a little worried about my sodium consumption.  I’m a salt freak, I could add salt to everything, but after the endless complaining that I consume to much salt I started looking for other ways to get my fix.  Himalayan salt was the answer, this little pink beauty was the key.  I could still have my salt fix and reap the endless amounts of health benefits. 

Himalayan salt is unrefined and unprocessed, it contains the same 84 minerals and elements found in the body.  No wonder this is called the “white gold” in the Himalayas.

Health benefits of Himalayan salt:

  • Increase energy levels
  • controlling water levels within the body
  • Promoting stable ph balance in the cells
  • Increasing bone strength
  • Prevents cellulite
  • Reduces chances of developing rheumatism, arthritis and gout
  • Supporting healthy respiratory function
  • Aiding vascular health
  • Encouraging excellent blood sugar health

That’s just to name a few.  Make the switch today!


Sources : Global healing center




7 thoughts on “Making the salt switch to Himalayan salt

  1. Sophie33 says:

    I have 10 different salts in my kitchen. I also love this tasty salt but it mustn’t called Himalayan salt because it is made 150 km from the Himalaya’s in Pakistan, but I love this salt a lot. I have it in a grinder. My other favourite salt is Maldon sea salt & black lava salt! 🙂 Great post & happy 2013!!!

  2. Koko says:

    I absolutely love himalayan sea salt. I use it almost exclusively now! People always think salt is bad for them, but I love salt. And when it’s not plain icky table salt, and it’s a beautiful salt like Himalayan, holding all the minerals we need, it isn’t bad at all!!

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