I've been buying mine from Amazon... but then, I use Amazon for so many things that I have a prime membership, and don't have to pay for shipping. They have Celtic Sea Salt brand light grey fine ground in 1 pound bags for $11. I'm positive they sell it at health food stores as well, but I've never checked to see how much they sell it for.
Thanks, MMM for bringing this to the attention of the team!
Many of us have to watch our salt (sodium chloride) intake cuz of the sodium fraction.
Celtic or Sea Salt has trace minerals in it, along with the sodium chloride. There's also Black and Red salts from Hawaii with added mineral content, and Green Bamboo salt.
The pink Himalayan Salt has fluoride in it, which being a halogen, is bad for our thyroids. So much so that in the bad old days, they used fluoride to treat hypERthyroid disease. Fluoride has also been implicated in the calcification of the pineal gland.
So exercise caution with Himalayan Salt , just as you would with Tea, another source of incidental fluoride.
Mmm,( or other team members) can you recommend a budget conscious, quality source of Celtic Salt?
Thx! : ) Mzzchief
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I absolutely love this stuff!!! Anyone else use celtic sea salt? I threw out our regular table salt, and now this is all we use. Great stuff! I didn't realize how processed table salt was, and that natural salt is actually really good for you!
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