I only use pink Himalayan sea salt in my home. My kids are so used to it, that they think regular salt is weird looking. On the on the odd occasion when I run out of Himalayan salt, and buy regular salt or sea salt, my kids don’t like it and think it’s strange.
Last night I searched for over an hour on my scholarly journal sites, looking for scientific articles which show proof of the scientific benefits of Himalayan salt or sea salt in general. I was unsuccessful. That said, I have used Himalayan salt for 20 years. Also, I haven’t had a fever for 18 years. Is there a connection? I have no way of knowing, which is why I was looking for proof. All we have are the stories and experiences of people like me, who use it and reap benefits from it.
Here, Dr. Axe discusses table salt vs Himalayan salt…Which is better?
(Let’s put it this way, table salt is the “white bread” of the salt industry. You can consider sea salt and Himalayan salt as “unprocessed whole foods”. Even if there’s no scientific evidence supporting purported health benefits of sea salt/Himalayan salt, it is a whole food and table salt is a refined food and can be toxic. ENOUGH SAID.)
Should you drink warm salt water every day? If made properly, there are benefits. Here’s a short video highlighting reasons to drink warm salt water every day.
Drinking Sole (a salt water recipe) with lemon in the morning promotes hydration by balancing electrolytes and providing trace minerals. It can also increase energy and immunity and reduce migraines.