Source: The Health Benefits of Himalayan Salt Inhalers by Dr. Edward Group Himalayan salt has many great health benefits, especially when used with food. Using a Himalayan Salt Inhaler offers an easy, drug-free way to conveniently get many of the multiple benefits of salt-air therapy. This article will discuss Himalayan salt inhaler therapy and the health benefits … Continue reading The Health Benefits of Himalayan Salt Inhalers
Source: The Benefits of Himalayan Salt by Dr. Edward Group Himalayan salt, also known as Himalayan crystal salt, is a type of rock salt best known for its striking pink color which comes from the natural presence of several trace minerals, including magnesium and iodine. Himalayan salt is unrefined and hand-mined from caves in northern Pakistan. Because … Continue reading The Benefits of Himalayan Salt
According to the American Heart Association (AHA), death from cardiovascular disease could be reduced by 1.2 million people over the next decade if Americans limited their sodium intake to just 1,500 milligrams. Dieticians and health experts are quick to recommend a low sodium diet. Doctors often say that salt intake is a leading cause of … Continue reading Are low salt diets doing more harm than good?
This broadcast draws a comparison between table salt and quality Himalayan sea salt. Many people believe there is no difference yet a long study by a German physician and a physicist demonstrated many significant health benefits for numerous illness when consuming the sea salt. As there are various brands available the specific Himalayan used in … Continue reading Salt That Kills, Salt That Heals
Trying to eat healthy and avoid all the major pitfalls of American food? Maybe you would like to sprinkle some aluminum, chlorine bleach, and ferrocyanide on your meal to add a little “flavor?” Sounds delicious. That’s what you’re getting when you use white, iodized, commercial table salt – the same salt that’s on nearly every … Continue reading The MASSIVE differences between healthy sea salt and unhealthy iodized, irradiated table salt
Source: Reducing Daily Salt Intake Recommended for Improved Health by Dr. Edward Group Earlier this year, the American Heart Association (AHA) called for a nationwide reduction in daily salt intake, along with tighter government and industry regulations regarding the levels of standard table salt (Sodium Chloride) found in everyday foods. The AHA’s previous suggestion – set forth in … Continue reading Reducing Daily Salt Intake Recommended for Improved Health
Salt is currently considered a leading culprit for high blood pressure and other health problems. This is based on the premise that a high sodium intake creates high blood pressure, which can lead to heart attacks, arterial, and kidney problems. Salt is high in sodium. But sodium is essential for proper absorption of other major … Continue reading Confront Salt Confusion
Source: Iodine in Salt: Why Is It Added? by Dr. Edward Group Most kitchen cupboards in the United States probably contain a box of iodized salt. Most salts sold in supermarkets display on the label, “This salt supplies iodine, a necessary nutrient.” But do you know why the iodine in salt is added?Tiny amounts of several … Continue reading Iodine in Salt: Why Is It Added?
Source: The Health Dangers of Table Salt by Dr. Edward Group Salt is a wonderful thing. Whether from the far reaches of the Himalayan rock mountains, to the depths of the ocean floor, salt is a beautiful and necessary mineral. It’s an important element in keeping the proper mineral balance in practically all of the earth’s living … Continue reading The Health Dangers of Table Salt
A new study conducted by New York-based healthcare provider Northwell Health found that over a third of patients treated for COVID-19, the infectious disease caused by the Wuhan coronavirus, developed acute kidney injury. “We found in the first 5,449 patients admitted, 36.6% developed acute kidney injury,” said co-author Kenar Jhaveri in a statement. In their report, which was … Continue reading Coronavirus can cause acute kidney damage in over a third of patients, says study