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Why Himalayan Salt?

What Is Salt?

Salt is a combination of water-soluble minerals.

Evaporate one ton of sea water, and all that remains will be 35 kg of salt.

What Is a Mineral?

Pure substances that cannot be broken down into simpler substances are called element-minerals. These crystalline structured inorganic substances are naturally occurring. When two or more elements are combined in definite proportions, they form a compound (for example if one oxygen atom is combined with two hydrogen atoms, the outcome will be water). Compounds that are water-soluble form salt when they are evaporated.

Experts indicate that 84 of the total 96 natural elements in the periodic table are water-soluble.

 

Our body acquires the minerals essential to subsist in form of nutrients.

 

What Is Himalayan Salt? How Did Himalayan Salt Occur?

The Himalayan mountains have formed as a result of the collision between the Indian Plate and Eurasian Plate 250-300 million years ago. Throughout hundreds of millions of years of intense heat and pressure from shifting tectonic plates the the ocean in-between evaporated and the salt became crystallized. The remaining salt from this primeval sea, became the crystal rock salt we use today. This crystal rock salt from the foothills of the Himalayas is worldwide known as Himalayan Salt. Authorities point out that Himalayan salt is the richest salt in terms of minerals as it is the crystal rock salt from the 250-300 million years old clean ocean.

 

Why Is Salt Iodized?

Just like any other mineral, humans acquire Iodine through nutrients. But in cases where iodine is not prevalent in the soil and water where we obtain our nutrients, a deficiency of Iodine will occur. This of course, applies to other minerals as well.

 

Why Iodine?

In contemporary medicine, a certain number of disorders called the ‘’Iodine Deficiency Disorders’’ emerged. These disorders are characterized by medical specialists in 3 different stages. The first one is the fetal and infant stage, the second one being the childhood and adolescence stage, and the last one the adulthood stage.

Functional distortions (physical and mental), may occur in all three stages. The reason for this lies in the fact that thyroid hormones have many roles, but the most important one being its effect on growth and development.

 

Iodine is an essential mineral for mental and physical development. Because iodine is the primary substance of thyroid hormones. 

 

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