Himalayan Pink Salt Keto

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Pink Himalayan Salt Vs Table Salt

If you’ve heard of Himalayan salt, you may be wondering why health enthusiasts are recommending it. Check out how it differs from other salts and learn whether it’s actually good for you. People find Himalayan salt, also known as pink rock salt, in Pakistani salt mines approximately 186 miles (300 kilometers) from the Himalayas. The rock is a pale pink color stemming from iron oxide deposits (rust) in the mountains (1). Many people believe it has many health benefits and is the purest salt on earth. As with all varieties of salt, Himalayan rock salt is most commonly used for cooking. But in addition to boosting food flavor, Himalayan salt helps relieve migraines, increase energy and improve adrenal function. Trying to figure out exactly what to eat on Paleo? Look no further than our FREE 21 Day Paleo Meal Plan But Wait… Isn’t Salt Bad for You? Salt has come a long way from being a highly valued precious element and form of currency. Now days, it’s become a controversial and somewhat demonized “anti-nutrient.” Consequently, people consuming excess sodium can suffer from high blood pressure, stroke and cardiovascular disease (2). When people consume it in excess, the sa Continue reading >>

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  1. JoeBroganII

    I eat a decent amount of cheese daily. I try to stop myself after 3 sticks or slices for breakfast and dinner but I'm wondering if I just made this limit up in my brain at some point. Found this on an atkins forum: http://www.lowcarbsite.com/f10/967-why-limit-cheese.html saying limit to 4oz, and that dairy will be burned before body fat. Anyone confirm/deny/add thoughts?

  2. Junkbot

    If you can handle dairy, and you eat only when hungry and stop when you are full, you cannot have too much cheese.

  3. damnzel

    I have heard a lot of people being able to break through plateaus by dropping dairy, but maybe they just incidentally lowered their total calories in doing so.

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