Sea salt vs. table salt:

Old 04-27-2010, 02:35 PM
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Which is healthier? Or is both just as bad as the other?
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Which is healthier? Or is both just as bad as the other?
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/sea-salt/AN01142

see if this helps!
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Originally Posted by marsye
Which is healthier? Or is both just as bad as the other?
Judging by your avatar pic---it won't really matter
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Actually it is something I have wondered too!
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Originally Posted by marsye
Which is healthier? Or is both just as bad as the other?
Judging by your avatar pic---it won't really matter
:oops: :-D :-D :oops:
Actually it is something I have wondered too!
Why is everyone picking on me??? LOL :lol: :lol:
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ROL! I'd heard sea salt was healthier....so I bought some. I'm hooked on it!! It takes LESS for me to salt my eggs....and the taste is different, I don't care what they say. I also cannot ingest much iodine...I have to buy salt without the iodine and sea salt fits that bill.
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Originally Posted by marsye
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Which is healthier? Or is both just as bad as the other?
Judging by your avatar pic---it won't really matter
:oops: :-D :-D :oops:
Actually it is something I have wondered too!
Why is everyone picking on me??? LOL :lol: :lol:
I like him, were you also the person who had the Elf? I thought he was so sweet.
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Just remember, if you are algeric to shell fish, don't eat sea salt.
I only buy sea salt, been hooked on it for more years than I can count. Started with with it because it was supposed to be healthier. Now just don't care, just like it best!!
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I use both. Sometimes I need the iodine sometimes not so much sodium. BTW Marsye, you're looking mighty chipper today---that wrinkle cream is really working. LOL
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I use both. Sometimes I need the iodine sometimes not so much sodium. BTW Marsye, you're looking mighty chipper today---that wrinkle cream is really working. LOL
Its the banana peels!!!!!! LOL
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did you slip on one and lose all of your teeth? 8-)8-)8-)
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