Have You Seen and Tasted Pink Salt?

Saturday, March 16, 2019
Himalayan pink salts

We just saw interesting salt when we visited Walmart super center a few days ago, the pink salt, it is said from Himalaya. The pink salt contains more minerals and trace elements, up to 84. I think this number is quite a lot compare to regular salts (table salt or sea salt).

The advantages of minerals such as magnesium, potassium, and calcium that these minerals could counter negative effects of sodium by helping the body to push out the excessive need of  sodium in the system (our body).

Grinder and fine of pink salts

Regular salts contain higher sodium than pink one. Consume sodium in greater quantity could promote high blood pressure. However, consume proper amount of sodium (less than 2,300 mg or one tea spoon) promotes good conditions of muscle functions, control fluid balance and nerve impulses.

In fact, the regular salt has more iodine than pink salt which is an important nutrient to take care an excellent condition of thyroid. Around two billion people is iodine deficiency world wide. Salt is crucial as source of iodine even in industry countries such as USA.

Millennial generations favor to pink salt. How about you? Have you seen and tasted pink salt?

51 comments:

  1. I have never seen this pink salt. Even, I have just known it from your post.
    So, which one is better for our healthy?

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  2. I have never tried it, but looks so interesting

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      Millennial generations favor to pink salt. How about you? Have you seen and tasted pink salt?

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  3. My boyfriend and I use pink salt sometimes, tastes nice.
    xx

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      The pink salt contains more minerals and trace elements, up to 84. I think this number is quite a lot compare to regular salts (table salt or sea salt)

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      Himalayan pink salts

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      The advantages of minerals such as magnesium, potassium, and calcium that these minerals could counter negative effects of sodium by helping the body to push out the excessive need of sodium in the system (our body).

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      We just saw interesting salt when we visited Walmart super center a few days ago, the pink salt, it is said from Himalaya. The pink salt contains more minerals and trace elements, up to 84. I think this number is quite a lot compare to regular salts (table salt or sea salt).

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  5. I have never felt how Himalayan salt tastes.

    Never seen the look directly, but because of the good colors and cool for decorating the room, I can't bear to use it as a mixture of cooking flavors

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      The advantages of minerals such as magnesium, potassium, and calcium that these minerals could counter negative effects of sodium by helping the body to push out the excessive need of sodium in the system (our body).

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  6. Great, I need something that won't harm you, fantastic news.

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      Regular salts contain higher sodium than pink one.

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      Grinder and fine of pink salts

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      Consume sodium in greater quantity could promote high blood pressure.

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      Regular salts contain higher sodium than pink one. Consume sodium in greater quantity could promote high blood pressure. However, consume proper amount of sodium (less than 2,300 mg or one tea spoon) promotes good conditions of muscle functions, control fluid balance and nerve impulses.

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  8. my hubby bought some a while back and I finally used it a couple weeks ago and wasn't sure what I thought of it.

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      However, consume proper amount of sodium (less than 2,300 mg or one tea spoon) promotes good conditions of muscle functions, control fluid balance and nerve impulses.

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      In fact, the regular salt has more iodine than pink salt which is an important nutrient to take care an excellent condition of thyroid. Around two billion people is iodine deficiency world wide. Salt is crucial as source of iodine even in industry countries such as USA.

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  9. I never heard of pink salt, but it sounds healthful! Thanks for the informative post.
    God bless,
    Laurie

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      In fact, the regular salt has more iodine than pink salt which is an important nutrient to take care an excellent condition of thyroid.

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      Millennial generations favor to pink salt. How about you? Have you seen and tasted pink salt?

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  10. Never saw it on selling!!
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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  11. Yes, it's my favourite salt

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  12. I have used pink salt before. It's really great!

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  13. I love pink salt. I've heard that it is more healthy than white salt.

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  15. I’ve noticed it at our local Costco but opted for “sea salt” instead. Because I bought it at Costco I have enough salt to last us until the rapture. ­čśŐ If I do ever need to buy salt again I’ll give it a try! Thank you for visiting and commenting on my blog. ❤️

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  16. I have tried pink salt. Interesting information about the minerals contained in each. I think I'll stick to regular "sea salt."

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  17. I have used that,but my doctor said ut us not good for thyroid, because it does not containe iodine, so I just use it in peelings or something like that☺

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      The pink salt contains more minerals and trace elements, up to 84. I think this number is quite a lot compare to regular salts (table salt or sea salt).

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  18. I’ve used pink salt, black salt, and gray salt in the past. I enjoyed all of them.

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      The advantages of minerals such as magnesium, potassium, and calcium that these minerals could counter negative effects of sodium by helping the body to push out the excessive need of sodium in the system (our body).

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  19. I haven't use, see and taste pink salt. The colour look gorgeous in my opinion

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  20. I have never used this salt before but I have seen it in the store.
    Thanks for your lovely visits to my blog!

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      Regular salts contain higher sodium than pink one. Consume sodium in greater quantity could promote high blood pressure. However, consume proper amount of sodium (less than 2,300 mg or one tea spoon) promotes good conditions of muscle functions, control fluid balance and nerve impulses.

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      In fact, the regular salt has more iodine than pink salt which is an important nutrient to take care an excellent condition of thyroid. Around two billion people is iodine deficiency world wide. Salt is crucial as source of iodine even in industry countries such as USA.

      Delete