Switch from table salt to PINK HIMALAYAN SEA SALT. Table Salt and Pink Himalayan Sea Salt are essentially both sodium chloride (salt) but the difference is in the processing and the additives. Table salt contains ‘free flowing agent’ or ‘anti-caking agent’ (554) which isSodium Aluminosilicate. This has been linked to Alzheimer’s, kidney damage, neurotoxicity and food intolerances. Table salt is also chemically cleaned and in some cases, bleached.
PINK HIMALAYAN SEA SALT on the other hand is raw and unrefined. It is sourced from the Himalayan Mountains and is a rich source of trace minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, bromide, borate, strontium and sulphate (just to name a few). Please be aware that it is still SALT and as such should be used sparingly.