• This Is What Happens To The Body If You Consume Himalayan Salt

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    Have you heard about the pink salt? And have you wondered why it’s pink?  Have you been thinking of making the switch to Himalayan salt, but just haven’t done it yet?  Once you read this article you will be fully on board with Himalayan salt for sure. Learn why and learn  its amazing health benefits.

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    661 Responses to “This Is What Happens To The Body If You Consume Himalayan Salt”

    1. Jeanne Grady

      Jul 12. 2016

      It’s not inexpensive but wouldn’t use anything else!

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    2. YOU WILL NOT!
      PLEASE USE SALT WITH IODINE!

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    3. Jessica Fox

      Jul 12. 2016

      Table salt is toxic processed crap! This actually has iodine in it be default! You should order iodine & add it in your diet naturally not processed

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    4. Jessica Fox

      Jul 12. 2016

      Costco

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    5. Kelli Cicirelli

      Jul 13. 2016

      Yes, and the truffle one you have is, too.

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    6. Ching Davis

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    7. Janet Pullan

      Aug 26. 2016

      Joanna Bennett-Pullan

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    8. Kelley Carr

      Aug 26. 2016

      Anna Claire Hawkins

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    9. Rebecca Thomas

      Aug 26. 2016

      Mackenzie Thomas-Music

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    10. Kay Sahab

      Aug 26. 2016

      it taste better as well.

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    11. Edna-Dave Rose

      Aug 26. 2016

      I use this salt

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    12. Karrie Talmadge

      Aug 26. 2016

      Jade Blanco

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    13. Tabitha Bailey

      Aug 26. 2016

      Lisa Medlin

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    14. Candy Gowder

      Aug 26. 2016

      Brooke Hanvey

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    15. Rachel Corbin

      Aug 26. 2016

      Lori Bullerwell

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    16. Brenda Mills Thomson

      Aug 27. 2016

      Graham Scott

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    17. Debbie Rowell

      Aug 27. 2016

      Trina Rowell Roemheld

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    18. Rose Koogler

      Aug 27. 2016

      D.j. Koogler

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    19. Dona VanRamshorst

      Aug 27. 2016

      Perla Ponciano Casas

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    20. Debra Berryhill

      Aug 27. 2016

      I use it. Would like to think the pink isn’t rust from the iron as I have read!

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    21. Terry Cote Warrington

      Sep 10. 2016

      Eleanor Knowlton

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    22. Jennifer Ann

      Sep 10. 2016

      Carol Fye Haugh

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    23. Felicia Brown

      Sep 10. 2016

      Dialysis patient with high blood pressure will this help

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    24. Lizzy Olive

      Sep 10. 2016

      I have been telling people for years that pink himalayan salt is a godsend <3 :) This is just another reason why natural medicine is so important.I choose to stay away from harmful medications. When I started using home remedies a couple years back it changed my life forever. It just makes me sad when people are not aware of just how powerful they can be. If you do not know much about natural remedies I would seriously suggest reading this story http://homeremedystories.com/

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    25. Sharon Gordon

      Sep 10. 2016

      it’s great but you have to find other ways of getting iodine!

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    26. Karen Walz Sutcliffe

      Sep 10. 2016

      All great info but don’t put slabs in water, they will dissolve. You can clean with a spritz of vinegar.

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    27. Judith Hannan

      Sep 11. 2016

      Seafoof, Kelp and Seaweed (dried). All good sources.

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    28. Sharon Gordon

      Sep 11. 2016

      Judith Hannan it’s just something people don’t think about replacing in their diet when they change salt

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    29. Karen Gray Howell

      Nov 04. 2016

      Stacy Amber Howell

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    30. Kathy Margheim

      Nov 04. 2016

      Samantha Cason

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    31. Anna Morrison

      Jan 01. 2017

      Shari Hoffman

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    32. Cyndy Siler

      Jan 01. 2017

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    33. Nancy Tappan

      Jan 01. 2017

      I love this!!!!

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    34. I agree

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    35. Great healthy solutions post. Thanks for the info.

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    36. Brenda Leis

      Jan 02. 2017

      Ashley Leis

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    37. Andee Woodell

      Jan 02. 2017

      Used it in my baking this year. Hubby said it made the cookies REALLY good this year.

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    38. Samantha Merryfield

      Mar 10. 2017

      Jessica Altice…its good for your insides too 🙂

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    39. Samantha Merryfield

      Mar 11. 2017

      Really? Is it expensiv I usually end up buying small batches

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    40. Jessica Altice

      Mar 11. 2017

      It really isn’t bad at all. How much do you buy at a time and how much do you pay? I’ll compare it to what I found.

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    41. Robbie Morelock Lawson

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    42. Dorothy Smith

      May 19. 2017

      In use this every day

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    43. Genevieve Marie

      May 19. 2017

      It doesn’t matter, salt is salt and it’s bad for your liver.PERIOD

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    44. Mother Nature Approved

      Jul 01. 2017

      Stuff about alternative health are why I love your page

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    45. +1 Nice ! thanks

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    46. More info on please like = agree

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    47. Silvia Rodriguez

      Jul 04. 2017

      Nensi Garcia

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    48. Nensi Garcia

      Jul 04. 2017

      Thats all I use 😉

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    49. Pat McClure McCullough

      Jul 08. 2017

      Just started using it!

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    50. Patricia Ribeiro

      Oct 25. 2017

      Claudia Nanci Basso Lopes

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