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Interesting piece.... Is Salt Really Bad For You? http://www.edenfoods.com/articles/images/174/01.jpg We always hear about low sodium diets, renagel especially for those with high blood pressure, renagel heart disease and the artery-hardening disease which often afflict diabetics — but there is more to the health issue than a simple statement or command The type of salt which is used as table salt now, renagel in most parts of the world, renagel is a woefully inadequate, renagel industrial by-product, renagel heated to more than 1200 degrees Fahrenheit, renagel which bears almost NO resemblance to the real, renagel whole-food we need and find in Nature. Your healthy body needs to be built from the best ingredients which Nature has defined for millenia.  Those vital nutrients are usually missing in items made in factories. Renagel Eating from the best, renagel clean natural sources usually is the fastest way to give us what we truly need. Many of us think that table salt is “natural”, renagel but it is nothing like the fully-mineralized, renagel whole salt we find directly from the ocean. Renagel Instead, renagel chemical and heating factory processes “strip” out the valuable minerals and these are sold for high prices, renagel and we are left with a single version of “salt” in the form of sodium hydroxate. Renagel Many believe it is not the essential sodium chloride; most or all of the chlorine should be released, renagel as a gas, renagel in the high-temperature heating process. Sodium hyroxate is very irritating to our body, renagel and the internal inflammation it causes is a prime source of what we call dis-ease. Instead of our body using the full complement of about 80 nutritious minerals found in sea-water, renagel we are reduced to just  about 3. Renagel This causes imbalance in our body, renagel as well as lack of vital nutrients. Each of our body cells’ internal ocean needs to “mirror” exactly, renagel the salinity and mineral diversity of the external oceans.  This complexity is necessary for life. Renagel We are NOT getting this biologic state by using table salt, renagel and so how do we get what we really need? Only French Celtic sea salt, renagel from Brittany, renagel which has been approved by the agency Nature et Progres, renagel as organic and harvested in the 2, renagel000 year traditional method (see illustration above), renagel is my first recommendation. Renagel It is available from The Grain and Salt Society link below. Secondly, renagel if your physician has you on a strict low-sodium diet, renagel you may be at risk for the problems caused by too little sodium! Importantly, renagel sodium is a ‘foundational mineral’ for human biochemistry; with this one mineral (from whole sea salt), renagel many others are made by adding one or more of the other raw ingredients of life – pure spring water, renagel clean air, renagel omega-3 fats. Renagel These new compounds run your nervous system, renagel digestive system etc. One way to get the benefits of sodium without “high” doses is to add homeopathic cell salts to your daily routine in addition to a moderate intake of dietary whole-salt.  Homeopathic cell-salts deliver the minerals in minute doses, renagel but in a way the body resonates with and can build with. Renagel The three essentail sodium salts are Nat Mur, renagel Nat Phos and Nat Sulph. You can find them in the best health stores you can buy a compound tablet of the 12 most essential cell salts, renagel according to the work of 19th century physiological chemist and physicist Dr.  W.  H. Renagel Schuessler, renagel in a modern product called Hylands Bioplasma, renagel 6X concentration. Renagel These 12 mineral salts must be inside every living cell, renagel in optimal concentrations, renagel in order for us to be “healthy”. Hylands cell salts are safe for people over one year of age, renagel and other medications are not effected by your use of the cell salts, renagel as directed. Thirdly, renagel the whole-salt eaten by the Tibetans and remarkably long-lived Hunzas of Pakistan is now available as Himalayan crystal salt. Renagel The glaciers grind the minerals of the Himalayas as they slowly move down the mountains. Renagel The pulverized minerals flow into glacial melt waters and become “glacial milk”, renagel as it is white with all the minerals. Renagel The colloidal, renagel whole-salt is the dry form, renagel and it has remarkable atomic structure and energy-giving abilities. Renagel See the electron microscope photos at the site referenced below. Another natural source of these vital salts is pHlavor. Renagel This is a colloidal salt from Dr. Renagel Robert O. Renagel Young, renagel PhD, renagel DSc, renagel ND. Renagel His family’s ranch near the Great Salt Lake, renagel in Utah, renagel is the source of an ancient sea’s Jurassic-era deposit of excellent whole-salt. This area around Redmond, renagel Utah, renagel the home of Dr. Renagel Young’s wife, renagel Shelly Redmond Young, renagel also produces a whole-salt called RealSalt, renagel which they utilize in their cooking at home. You can read more about the value of whole-salt and which cell salts to use to cure many different dis-eases in Dr. Renagel Young’s article referenced below, renagel and also by learning from other Naturopathic or Homeopathic Physician’s or Producers’ websites. If our body cells are not properly alkaline, renagel then we are making ourselves sick. Renagel Diabetes is a dis-ease of over-acidity. Renagel We need the proper bioavailable forms and amounts of the alkaline minerals e.g. Renagel sodium, renagel potassium, renagel calcium and magnesium in order to reverse the acidity and to build Health. The best sources of these beneficial alkaline minerals, renagel in addition to whole-salt, renagel are found in dark green leafy vegetables. For these alkaline minerals, renagel use  e.g kale, renagel romaine lettuce, renagel bok choy, renagel endives, renagel collards, renagel mustard greens, renagel mizuna, renagel parsley and cilantro. Small amounts of dried seaweeds (really nutritious!), renagel wheatgrass and / or barley grass can be helpful, renagel too, renagel for detoxification and minerals.  Cabbage is OK as a source but dark-leaved Savoy cabbage is better than white cabbage, renagel as are the outer leaves VS the inner leaves. Renagel Go easy on cabbage as it can effectively slow your thyroid gland, renagel if eaten in large quantities, renagel as can too much seaweed. Renagel (The “normal” amounts represented in Japanese food preparation e.g. Renagel sushi wraps are a fine guideline.) It is important to protect your thyroid gland as it regulates your energy-production.  You want as optimal response as possible so blood-sugar is indeed used for energy, renagel rather than being stored as fat. In summary, renagel alkalizing is not optional. Renagel We must alkalinize if we expect to turn diabetes around! Proper, renagel whole-salt as described above, renagel is one of the most-alkalinizing foods on earth. Renagel And, renagel when properly alkalinized, renagel it is almost impossible, renagel in Dr. Renagel Young’s experience, renagel to be diabetic.   http://articlesofhealth.blogspot.com/2007/02/three-essential-tissue-or-cell-salts.html www.celticseasalt.com  excellent group!  Trader Joe’s also carries one acceptable, renagel grey Celtic sea salt. Renagel All acceptable whole-salts from ocean sources should be slightly damp. www.hylands.com  Look in the Products section for cell salts, renagel click on the tabs at the top of the page for more information. http://www.himalayancrystalsalt.com/wellness/salt.html and http://www.himalayancrystalsalt.com/wellness/sole.html http://organicpharmacy.org/products/Bioplasma/SKU:Bioplasma I I have no personal experience with this site. More information and the original source of this article may be found at: http://diabetesdietdialogue.wordpress.com/2007/03/02/so-is-salt-really-bad-for-you/ www.phmiracleliving.com/phlavor.htm Spend time on the whole site and learn much more about the need to alkalinize! More information and the original source of this article may be found at: http://diabetesdietdialogue.wordpress.com/2007/03/02/so-is-salt-really-bad-for-you/