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Himalayan Salt

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Himalayan salt crystals are mined from a low-lying region nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, over an area of approximately 200 square miles, in the northwest of Pakistan. The sea covering this region has long sense evaporated due to climatic changes. Powerful tectonic movements gave rise to the Himalayan range. The enormous pressure accompanying the buckling of the Earth's crust provoked the formation of cubic crystalline structures.  

 HIMALAYAN PINK CRYSTAL SALT    Himalayan salt, once called King's salt, is known as white gold. Together with pure spring water, Himalayan Crystal Salt offers all the natural elements exactly identical to the 84 elements contained within your body in similar proportions – the same elements found existing in the primal sea. By substituting Himalayan salt for the 1/8 teaspoon of salt permitted daily on a low salt, some have found a lowering of blood pressure especially when accompanied by drinking several large glasses of water.
Water and Salt the Essence of Life is an interesting book with information on Himalayan pink salt. To read more about water try here and about solé click here.

With PKD it is always best to keep salt at a minimum  not to exceed 1200 mg of sodium per day. Many of us have tried eliminating salt from cooking and when absolutely necessary using no more than 1/8 teaspoon of Himalayan pink salt per day.

I tried a taste test of different salts, table salt, seasalt, fleur de sel, gray salt, salt from Brittany, and Himalayan pink crystal salt. The best tasting was the Himalayan pink salt. It contains a mixture of all the elements in the same proportions that exist in the human body. I was skeptical at first to try it, but later I noticed it did not create a rise in blood pressure in me. Others who have had a transplant cannot use any salt at all or they will puff up like a balloon. For a variety of gourmet salts try here. For a lower priced Himalayan Pink crystal salt try San Francisco Bath Works. polycystic kidney disease polycystic liver diseasecontact us
last updated: Saturday, September 7, 2013 7:53 AM