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Does Kosher Salt Have Iodine
Does warm water mixed with salt help acne? Because it exfoliates and salt kills bacteria. Does it have to be sea salt since regular salt has iodine?
I have an iodine diet can I eat bread their's a salt ingredients but sea salt it safe to to eat if you have iodine diet ?
It is safe: It is safe to consume bread with sea salt ...Read more
Salt intake: There are no published clinical studies on Himalayan salt comparing it to table salt. Himalayan salt contains 85% sodium chloride and up to 84 trace minerals, including iodine, lead, and plutonium at very low levels. It is speculated that iron content may accounts for its pink color. We get trace elements from other dietary sources, so I think regular salt is just fine. Limit to ...Read more
Not a substitute: Regular table salt traditionally came from the sea (or where the sea used to be until the water went away, leaving behind the salt). "sea salt" is like regular salt, but may not have the added iodine. Since we all need a bit of iodine, one should use regular iodized salt or iodized "sea salt", if allowed to use salt. ...Read more
Can someone with high blood pressure eat something with distilled vinegar in it? And does distilled vinegar have salt in it?
I never add table salt to anything I consume. Is this a concern for iodine deficiency? Is the sodium in bread, burritos, etc iodized?
Iodine deficiency: 43 M I never add table salt to anything I consume. Is this a concern for iodine deficiency? Is the sodium in bread, burritos, etc iodized? In the US bread and many other thinks cooked with salt in them use iodized salt. Discuss with your Dr. if you are consuming <500 mg Na Cl per day. You can use Fitness Pal app to track. ...Read more
Is iodized salt better to use than non-iodized salt for a healthy thyroid gland? Is it harmful to use iodized salt daily?
It's a good thing: This is more than just "health chatter' -- around 5 million people per year have been doomed to lifelong mental deficiency because of insufficient iodine in the community diet. Adding iodine to salt is one of the most effective and valuable public-health measures of all time, and mass illness followed in one famous instance when a nation abandoned it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lots of bug bites; pregnant; can I soak in Epsom salt mix with Dead Sea salts? Or Epsom salt w lavender & chamomile and baking soda? Or just ep salt
Yes: Soak away. There should be no problem at all with your soaks. ...Read more
May be hard: Commercially prepared sauces typically contain high amounts of sodium for flavoring and preservation. You may have luck in an organic foods section of the supermarket - or you may need to prepare them yourself. ...Read more
Don't get conned: Remember your high school chemistry. Oh, you didn't? Well, table salt is sodium chloride. Salt crystals are exactly equal numbers of sodium & chloride ions. Every single sodium & chlorine atom on Earth has been here for >4 billion yr, since the planet formed. It's a fundamental principle: Every atom of every element is chemically identical. From seawater or made in a lab, salt is salt. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I heard lemon juice in water helps the liver. I have bottled lemon juice that contains some sodium bisulfite and sodium benzoate. Is this ok to use?
Lemon juice: I am not aware of the fact of lemon juice helping the liver. There are tons of claims made but not a signle one substantiated. ...Read more
Whats healthier for the whole family, iodized table salt or a salt that doesn't supply iodine? What to use if one has high bp?
Iodized: Iodization of salt is one of the most valuable and cost-effective of all public-health initiatives, especially in preventing lifelong brain damage in the young that still plagues communities that have not yet adopted it. There are still developed countries where it has not been introduced due to crank opposition, and many people there are iodine deficient. Why risk it? ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Dr not sure y..am on lotta meds & 2 med conditions. But my blood sodium always low (125) or so. Would adding salt to food help? Sea salt or reg if so?
I would like to perform the salt water flush. Is the method effective? Is celtic sea salt® brand fine ground non-iodized sea salt?
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