I've just read an article that makes alot of sense to me about salt. I've never been one for the 'refined, processed salt' since I learnt it was an industrial leftover - basically the chemical industry removes the valuable trace elements and heats it at super-high temperatures to 'make' sodium chloride - which of course contains all sorts of industrial additives. It is then bleached and no wonder it is not good for you - on the otherhand unrefined seasalt is a whole different game. See article here.
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