Dear Subscriber,

Today I want to give you some information about refined salt and a few first steps you can take to begin to eliminate refined salt from your diet. While your body can benefit from Himalayan Crystal Salt while you eat refined salt, reducing your intake of refined salt will allow your body to experience even more benefits!

Himalayan Crystal Salt is natural, unprocessed salt, hand-mined, hand-selected, hand-crushed, hand-washed, and sun dried, from the mineral deposits left by a primordial sea buried deep under the Himalayan Mountains, millions of years ago. It contains the 84 minerals and trace elements essential to health.

By contrast, refined table salt contains none of it's original minerals. To make refined table salt, natural salt from the sea or mines is refined to pure sodium chloride. Then sodium ferro cyanide and green ferric ammonium citrate are added as anti-caking agents. If you purchase iodized salt it also contains potassium iodine, dextrose (that's refined sugar) to help stabilize the iodine, and sodium carbonate to preservative the color of the salt. Instead of building health, eating refined salt destroys body health.

It's easy to replace salt you add to your food at home with Fine Granulated Himalayan Crystal Salt. Just put it in your salt shaker.

But what about when you eat in restaurants?

I recommend that you carry a small amount of Fine Granulated Himalayan Crystal Salt with you to use when you eat away from home. The perfect container for carrying salt is a small cotton "carry-along" bag (4" x 3") with a drawstring (don't use metal or plastic containers, such as a pill box, as they may leach toxic components into the salt). As a gift to you, every purchase of our "Subscriber Only Specials" will come with our cotton carry-along bag, filled with 2 ounces of Fine Granulated Himalayan Crystal Salt.

Refined salt is present in many foods in restaurants. Most restaurants cook with refined salt, and it is also an ingredient in most packaged prepared foods that restaurants use.

Because many people are now on low-sodium diets, restaurants are now accustomed to their customers wanting to minimize salt. In addition to using your own salt, you can also:

  • choose restaurants that make dishes from fresh ingredients rather than "fast food" establishments that serve pre-prepared dishes
  • choose dishes that are likely to be prepared from scratch and ask that your dish be prepared without salt (then add your own)
  • watch out for condiments such as catsup, pickles, mustard, mayonnaise, and salad dressings that contain a lot of refined salt (ask for oil and vinegar or lemon juice for your salad or ask for the dressing to be served "on the side")
  • watch out for ingredients that contain a lot of salt, such as bacon and ham, and avoid them.
In our next newsletter, we are going to start including recipes for foods you can make at home to replace the commercial products that contain refined salt. We would love to receive any recipes you would like to share.

My mission is to bring you the best salt available so your body can be in the best of health. In future issues, I'll continue to give you more information and the latest research on the health benefits of salt and water, as well as offering you newsletter-only specials. Please feel free to pass this newsletter on to your friends and family.

Thank you for your orders!

Hilde Bschorr
Owner
HimalayanLivingSalt.com


P.S. More new Himalayan Crystal Salt products are coming soon! Within the next month or so we'll be offering a line of body care products, wood and glass salt grinders with a ceramic grind mechanisms, and the sole ionizers (shown in the book Water and Salt--The Essence of Life on page 182)

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