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Table Salt Versus Crystal Salt
Since the advent of industrial development, natural mined table salt and approximately 89% of sea salt or salt evaporated from seawater, has been stripped of its inherent mineral content through a process that "chemically cleans" and reduces it to only sodium and chloride. Important minerals and trace elements are considered "impure" and removed. The remaining salt by itself however, is not a natural element and is poison to the body. Additionally, additives increase the salt’s aggressive profile. As common as iodized salt is to our tables so are the number of diseases attributed to its use.
The body recognizes this chemically cleaned and chemically enriched sodium chloride as an aggressive poison and wants to get rid of it as quickly as possible.
This causes a constant overburden on our excretive organs. In almost every preserved product, salt is used as part of the preservation process.
Therefore, by adding more salt to the already salted food, the body receives more salt than it can get rid of.
The body now tries to isolate the over dose of salt. In this process, water molecules surround the sodium chloride in order to ionize it into sodium and chloride to neutralize it. For this process, the water is extracted from our cells and the body has to sacrifice its most precious cell water in order to neutralize sodium chloride. In doing so, the dehydrated body cells die.
So Just What Is Salt?
Looking at common table salt under a microscope you can see that the unnatural crystals are totally isolated from each other and dead. In order for the body to try to metabolize these crystals, it must sacrifice tremendous amounts of energy with very little results, resulting in a damaging loss and zero gain. The salt deposits in our bodies look similar to this photo, isolated and dead. The regular table salt shows no vibrant crystalline structure but exclusively dead crystals. As a food, it's absolutely useless, if not a destructive poison. (This is why doctors tell us to use less salt in our diets).
From this analysis we can see how important it is to add energy/vitality to the body instead of robbing or depleting it of its vitality. Energy increase results in health and vitality whereas an energy decrease or deficit causes dis-ease or disease. It's really very basic stuff.
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