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Salt

Salt

Salt

Table salt is approximately forty percent of the compound sodium chloride, which can be found naturally in most foods. In addition to improving flavour, salt is often used as a Food preservative but may also be used to help stop the growth of harmful bacteria.

Why is salt bad for you?

Because sodium is abundant in the average modern-day diet, most people here in the UK consume too much salt. Eating too much salt can contribute to raised Blood Pressurehigh blood pressure often has no symptoms & those who have it, often don't know it.

If you're considering a reduced-sodium diet, you may wish to swap your salt shaker for other seasonings, such as Herbs & Spices.

What is the best salt to cook with?

When it comes to the best salt to cook with, it is often a simple case of individual preference. However, some of the most popular salts include sea salt, an iodized salt, Sel Gris salt, sea salt (& infused sea salt) and Kosher salt. From a nutritional perspective, Himalayan Pink Salt features a bit of Potassium, while Celtic salt has the least amount of sodium and the highest amount of Magnesium.