Pink, white or gray? I know it's fashionable to use a fancy grinder for your salt and even choose a cute color... but... I have to ask where does your salt of choice come from, and do you really want to support that particular economy?
The minerals contained in the top three healthiest salt choices are trace minerals that our bodies need to function properly, and all of the choices below contain them. (I have no affiliation with any of them.) What I was shocked to learn was where some of them originated. Now, I'm a responsible American homestead-type so I want to support local businesses, and if not in my general locale, then I try to at least keep my dollars in the U. S. Sometimes that's not possible in today's economy, but in the case of salt it is possible to keep it local.
Note the country where they are mined. This is not always clear on packaging because manufacturers cleverly give the location where they are packaged then consumers take it that's where the product originated when in reality that is not the case. I've done a little research to make it simple for you to see where your healthy salt is from.
Pink or White Himalayan Salt - Pakistan
All Himalayan salt comes from Pakistan.
Celtic Sea Salt - Brittany region of France
Real Salt (sea salt) - Utah, USA
I'll be buying USA salt henceforth. How about you?
Have a great week, Y'all!
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