Dr. Brownstein tried being a "good doctor" by following what he learned in medical school: patients with hypertension should significantly reduce salt intake.
the good doctor got upset when this did not result in a drop of blood pressure.
His research led him to supplement those patients with Sea Salt which has over 70 vital minerals. The results were extremely positive...lower blood pressure with roughly a teaspoon of Sea Salt a day.
Since this flies in the face of conventional wisdom, I would think it would spark some interest in this forum, since we all probably have little respect for modern medicine to a large extent.
Furthermore Dr. Brownstein found great improvement in many of his other patients, for instance, many of his fibromalgia patients found amazing relief of their issues by supplementing Sea Salt . Now, I'd bet that fasting would have been even better, but the sea salt is medicine. Processed salt, I will agree with you. Stay away from it.