The Salt in Our Kitchen is Poison
If one considers what we have talked about so far, then the question must arise:
Why do we continue using this chemically refined salt that actually poisons our body?
The answer is very simple. Ninety-three percent (93%) of the world's salt is being used directly for industrial purposes and 6% used for preserving processes.
And for this, pure sodium chloride is necessary. For every chemical process, sodium chloride is needed.
The remaining, natural elements, are considered impurities and discarded as unwanted.
Only a very small part of the worldwide salt production finds its way to our kitchens as table salt.
With the help of intensive advertising campaigns, the Industry tries to convince the people of the health advantage to adding halogens, like highly toxic iodine (in the form of iodide) to the salt.
Fluoride is another substance they like to add to salt. But fluoride is the most reactive element.
Fluoride is a greenish-yellowish, piercingly sharp gas and also belongs to the halogen group. Iodine is artificially added in order to help the thyroid gland and fluoride is added because it is good for teeth.
But both elements actually make the sodium chloride even more toxic.
And further, table salt very often contains preservatives that don't have to be listed on the container like, calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate, as well as aluminum hydroxide, which improved pour ability of the salt.
However aluminum is a light alloy that can be deposited in the brain and is known to be one of the causes of Alzheimer's disease.
One of the suspected reasons for the high incidents of Alzheimer in the U.S. is the high consumption of products and drinks packaged in aluminum cans.
After all, it's the natural salt in our bodies that allows our brain processes to even function.
Salts consisting of all the natural elements, are considered, in error, by the biochemical industry to be contaminated.
In reality, only the naturally occurring calcium, gallium and magnesium found in salt can be absorbed and used by the body.
We need salt in its holistic form, with all the natural elements, in order for our bodies to function perfectly.
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