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Re: Is iodized sea salt the good or the bad?
 
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Re: Is iodized sea salt the good or the bad?


Many herbalists/health crusaders feel (and I believe) that commercial iodized salt is overused and has other drawbacks. It contains aluminum and other unneeded chemicals and may contribute to other problems. Adding Iodine to salt follows the thought of other nutrients like folic acid "just put it in their food or water and save consumers from their ignorance." Sea Salt from the ocean water is a natural source of iodine, however, it sounds like this brand may have added Iodine (not sure). I wouldn't throw away a big bottle of it - I'd just get the bottle with none added NEXT time.

_BOB

 

 
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