Easy Transitions: Salt

Maybe you aren’t ready yet to revamp your diet completely, but there are some easy steps you can take towards ridding yourself of processed foods.

Make the switch from regular table salt to natural sea salt. Regular salt is highly processed and often contains added anti-caking agents. Sea salt has a multitude of trace minerals and magnesium salts that our bodies need.

What kind of salt should you buy?When you find sea salt that is perfectly white, that’s a sign that it’s been processed. I prefer sea salt that has been sun dried in the traditional way. The salt I’m currently using for cooking is grey Celtic Sea Salt. I still have white sea salt in my salt shaker, so as not to freak any visitors, at least for now.  

Grey sea salt

3 comments:

Christy said...

The taste difference is just amazing - I love good salt on my food!

Kellan said...

I use unrefined pink Himalayan salt. You're good for keeping regular salt in the shaker, I'm not that nice. I inform everyone that they can use the pink salt or nothing.

Ruth @ Ruth's Real Food said...

It's still sea salt, just white.

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