Le Guerandais Natural Coarse Celtic Sea Salt 1Kg
This traditional sea salt is naturally grey and guaranteed unwashed, unrefined and additive-free. Rich in magnesium and trace elements.
It is made from hand-harvested seawater that contains a balanced mix of 82 minerals, including magnesium, which can help water to be absorbed into cells.
An imbalance of sodium and potassium levels in the body can lead to high blood pressure, and suggests that using Celtic salt can help to maintain a healthy balance and lower blood pressure.
Celtic salt is harvested using traditional wooden rakes and is minimally processed, making it a popular alternative to regular table salt.
One of the key benefits of Celtic Salt is its mineral content. Unlike regular table salt, which is often heavily processed and stripped of its natural minerals, Celtic salt contains a variety of essential minerals such as magnesium, calcium, and potassium.
These minerals are important for maintaining healthy bodily functions, including nerve and muscle function, bone health, and fluid balance.
Another benefit of Celtic salt is its potential to improve respiratory health. Regular consumption of Celtic salt may help to reduce excess mucus and congestion in the nasal passages and lungs. This is due to the salt’s ability to balance out the minerals in the body, which can help to reduce inflammation and improve immune function.
Overall, Celtic salt is a natural and healthy alternative to regular table salt that offers a range of potential health benefits.
This salt is great for cooking, baking, and even salt crusting. It has a slightly coarser texture than regular table salt, so it's perfect for dishes that need a little extra flavor.
The tip for getting better hydrated, initially promoted by naturopath and health lecturer Barbara O'Neill :
The technique involves letting a few crystals of Celtic sea salt dissolve on the tongue before drinking water to improve water absorption in the body because of the magnesium it contains.
100% Coarse Grey Sea Salt
Barbara O'Neill on Youtube
Salt & Water - Barbara O'Neill
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