The answer is yes but in moderation and it depends what kind of salt you are eating.
“The American Heart Association recommends no more than 2,300 milligrams (mg) a day and moving toward an ideal limit of no more than 1,500 mg per day for most adults. (Sited)
Our bodies need salt for nerve and muscle functions and to balance fluids within the blood stream. Salt also helps your thyroid function properly.
A low salt diet can actually make you dehydrated.
There are 12 different kinds of salt but the best one is called Celtic Sea-Salt.
Celtic sea salt is hand mined from the coastal areas of France. Contains 89 trace minerals that your body loves. It is very salty tasting compared to traditional table salt. Celtic sea salt comes as is with no added fillers or preservatives.
Celtic sea salt can help lower your blood pressure while iodized salt will increase your blood pressure.
Celtic sea salt is also anti-inflammatory and helps detoxify your skin. We all want radiant skin!!! This salt
helps balance your electrolyte levels within your body which in turn helps your heart.
When you think of Celtic sea salt “THINK Heathy Salt!!!”
Books have been written about Celtic Sea-Salt. Here is one to digest.
Cheers to good health. Follow your path!!!