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Seasalts Hidden Powers Paperback – 1 Dec 1987

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  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Happiness Pr (Dec. 1987)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0916508420
  • ISBN-13: 978-0916508425
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 15.9 x 23.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 843,629 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This little book reveals the truth about the role salt plays in nutrition - it is very informative. The fact that the salt industry, and actually industry in general, acts only ever in self interest and spreads misinformation regardless of the impact is clearly exposed.
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Interesting, and well worth a read, but a bit mystical and quasi-scientific.

I shall probably buy some 'proper' sea salt, though.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Seasalt's Hidden Powers 27 April 2006
By cortezhill - Published on
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The power of the ocean comes from the totality of the minerals of the planet, energized by the cosmic forces, electrified by the deep magnetism of earth and further invigorated by the atmospheric wind storms and spin drift6s far out at sea.

How does the salt store these powers? The salt we eat, only retains and transfers these physical and mental energies when it is harvested ecologically, from a pristine clean shore, dried without artificial heat and free of chemical additives. The benefits of good salt, spelled in this book, are fully backed by modern biology, natural medicine and sound nutrition. The ancient tradition of Celtic salt making preserves a heritage that has helped shape human destiny and has exalted the human condition for hundreds of years. The positive factsw given,in simple terms, can help us achieve vibrant health by eating the most natural salt available.

The advantages to body and spirit that comes from taking and using naturaly-harvested salt are impressive: from serene disposition, mental acuity and freedom from stress to improve physical wel being. libido and endurance. The book shows how today's refined white salt, damages both the enviroment and human health, due to its origin (polluted waters or fossil mines and stagnant lakes), the method of extraction: kiln or oven drying, and artificial treatment including stripping it of its 84 vital minerals, lacing it with chemical anti-caking additives, bleaches and toxic conditioners.

From the most ancient times, politics, history and greed have debased human salt quality by processing, false advertising and consumerism. Although still in short supply worldwide, the good salt begins to win out. Nowhere else can you find the information revealed in this book. The current sources for Celtic ocean salt on three continents are disclosed too.

--- from book's back cover
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5.0 out of 5 stars Change your salt, change your life! 8 Jun. 2007
By L. Butler - Published on
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This is a short, concise history on how the salt we eat has been changed from a pure product from the ocean to an industrial waste product that is ruining our health.

Unrefined sea salt has 84 trace minerals that are vital to sustaining good health, both mental and physical. White table salt has only sodium and maybe a tiny spritz of iodine; it is chemically unbalanced to be processed by the human body.

Read this book and you will know why it's no small wonder that nearly everyone in the western hemisphere has some type of health problem. Switch to unrefined sea salt as recommended by the years of research that went into this book and begin looking and feeling better than you have in years!
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5.0 out of 5 stars An Excellent Piece of Work 13 Jan. 2009
By S. James Cook - Published on
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This book deserves to be a best-seller. Of course it won't be, it goes against big business, which uses the vast majority of salt (93%) for industry, and then gives us the remaining debris in the form of thoroughly refined, iodized crap to put on our food. That product (iodized table salt) deserves all the bad press it gets. This book is a positive pitch for Celtic Sea Salt, which is an unrefined, natural sea salt. Although there are a number of different healthy gourmet salts available online, one can be assured that this one (Celtic), is a quality product. This book needs to be devoured by anyone interested in getting their minerals on a daily basis.
One point left out in the book, that I will add here, is that the US Congress released senate document #264 in the 1930's, stating that our soil is mineral-deficient. It hasn't gotten any better, and you won't "accidently" get your minerals in your diet.
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5.0 out of 5 stars SEA SALT- It's Good For You! 29 Aug. 2010
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An amazing book that tells the story of sea salt, the minerals, what they can do for you. How sea salt is harvested and the many ways it works in your body with over 84 vital minerals to help keep you healthy. These minerals are key in helping you to maintain a proper pH value of 7.2- critical in the prevention of serious diseases such as cancer- which is a very opportunistic disease. A wonderful little book taking you into a very big world of unrefined, all natural sea salts. Salt turns out to be GOOD for you- not bad, and the minerals HELP to lower blood pressure not raise it... Mother Nature put sea salt everywhere for us and for over 100 years we have been consistently removing the very minerals put there to keep us healthy! It's back to sea salt for me.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A wealth of Information 29 Jun. 2009
By J. Sanders - Published on
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I became aware of this treasure of a book because it was quoted in Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon. The information about the benefits of real, unrefined sea salt is amazing. Understandably, this book is rather detailed, and at times, tedious, but it has opened up the world of sea salt to me... for that, I am grateful.
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