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Sea Salt?

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So i eat a lot of grass fed beef, and noticed that the Polish sausages that I order from USWELLNESSMEATS has sea salt in it. In essence, can too much sea salt cause acne?

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I personally haven't had any troubles with sea salt, and I've been consuming it nearly everyday for the past year. Also Himalayan pink salt for that matter.

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You have to stop panicking over everything. You can have salt in your food, especially sea salt. Just eat plenty of potassium in plant foods. Some people may want to watch how they react to iodine


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I can't say. I gave up table salt completely when I first started my diet a year and a half ago. But mostly due to health reasons in general, not to do with acne. I agree with alternativista.

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Our body is trying hard to remove the salts into the urine, sweat and even tears.

Salt is salt.

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