Replacing Table Salt

Replacing Table Salt

Many believe that salt is bad for you, but without it, we wouldn’t survive.  An essential electrolyte needed for the body to function is salt. Sodium helps maintain your fluids, regulates blood pressure, muscle contraction and much more.

Sweat is the release of sodium from your body. It needs to be replaced to a healthy level because it is not something your body produces.  If it is not properly replaced your body may experience fatigue, dizziness, headaches and more. Deficiency for long periods can be fatal. Increasing your table salt has been researched and proven to cause heart problems. This causes many people to reduce their salt intake. Reducing your salt is not the answer but the type of salt your intaking.

Table salt goes through heavy processing and contains many added chemicals. This can cause the body more harm than good. Natural salts like sea salt, Celtic sea salt, and Himalayan salt are unrefined and have no added chemicals. These salts go through a natural drying process which keeps the minerals (potassium, magnesium, and calcium) that your body needs.

Replacing your table salt with a natural salt is a healthier alternative and can be found at your local grocery store. Also making sure you are avoiding packaged and processed foods high in processed salt and chemicals will improve your health.

Products I ♥

Celtic Sea Salt

Himalayan Salt

Pure Sea Salt

Kara Stavish

Kara is a teacher, coach, online course instructor and the founder of Concepts Of Life & Wellness. She received a bachelors degree in psychology from Penn State University and not long after was diagnosed with Hashimoto's Autoimmune Disease in 2015. As she struggled to feel better, she began an intense search to find healing. After immersing herself into the learning process, she removed her medication and healed her body. From this experience, she now dedicates her life to helping others learn how to feel better and live a healthier life. Her enthusiasm for healing has helped so many people and continues to do so.

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