Unrefined Sea Salt. Research is now showing that it is the refined salt on the market that we should really stay away from. Most research published in American has centered on refined table salt. A common preservative in these refined salts, sodium acetate, may cause elevated blood pressure and kidney disturbances, says Mike Geary, Nutritional Expert.
Could it be possible that unrefined sea salt is actually good for us? In many parts of the world, research says, “yes”. Oh boy, veggies and salads taste so very good with just a little sea salt. A big culprit in our fitness path is the commercial salad dressing. Why not just use a little bit of sea salt and maybe some organic olive oil and balsamic vinegar for the dressing? It is delicious. With a little sea salt, even turnips taste good. (I had never really eaten turnips before. It is another of my 71 new discoveries for 2014!
I have been using Sea Salt at home for a couple of years. I just need to find a way to carry it with me,