Aug 17, 2008

celtic sea salt

I went food gathering (grocery after my therapy session the other day and voila! was introduced to the world of celtic sea salt. I must admit that I was quite amazed by the price but then I bought it because I wanted to show love for myself more.

So I was thinking right, since my darling like to eat salty stuff it has been a worry to me because he would get high blood pressure by the time he's 40 and handling the likes of me, he would probably get it even *touch wood*

I read an article about it and it says to provide nutritional value and replace electrolites that the body has lost which we at times depend on 100 plus. I don't know about you but I'm not such a big fan of the drink therefore I'm happy in the world exists such a product. :)

It has much more health benefits than I have mentioned but I'm too excited to write about my next post so just read the link that I have provided you guys with ya.

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