Sea Salt Vs Table Salt: Which is the better choice?

Ordinary table salt has been stripped of its companion elements and contains additive. In studies, table salts have been linked to hypertension and other heart or blood illness. Table salt also gives many people the feeling of being bloated.

Natural sea salt is a healthy replacement for ordinary table salt on the market; it contains about 80 mineral elements that the body needs. Sea salt has nutrients and minerals that help your body preserve the blood cells. Overall, sea salts are better for you. If you haven’t tried it, switch salts for a week and you will see a difference.

Sea salt is more expensive than table salt. If you are going to buy sea salt or kosher salt for the health benefits make sure that the packages say unrefined. This makes the difference of how much of the natural minerals are still in the salt. Since unrefined salt has more moisture if you are going to use it in a shaker pur some uncooked rice in as well to help break up any clumps that will form.

Whether you use sea salt, table salt or some other type of salt, most experts recommend between 1,500 and 2,300 milligrams of sodium a day for healthy adults


Know what you’re eating before you place your order

Fit Tip: There is nothing like having Breakfast for every meal, but know what you’re eating before you place your order. Home Fries: the breakfast equivalent of French Fries, it’s like waking up on the wrong side of the nutritional bed. The carb boost might give you an initial surge of energy, but you’ll be running on empty long before your next meal.

Don’t be Fooled by Sea Salt!

Fit Tip: Don’t be Fooled by Sea Salt! It is a word that has made potato chips acceptable and has led many people into thinking that they are getting a healthier treat. However, by weight, sea salt and table salt contain the same amount of sodium chloride. The only real difference between sea salt and table salt is the taste, texture and processing.

Get a manicure & lose weight

Ladies, Starting a Diet??? Here’s a Tip for You: Get a Manicure: If you are thinking about starting a diet plan, your first order of business should be to get a manicure. You will be more likely to make healthier foods choices, as opposed to reaching into a bag of Fritos, when you feel more polished and put together. It’s crazy but absolutely true. And, won’t it be nice to avoid that confidence-deflating moment of discovering Frito crumbs under your nails?