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  • Raw Soy Milk?

    I've got no problem with soy, but I truly prefer almond milk - and it's SO EASY with the Vitamix. Plus I finally got a nut milk bag, which I don't know why I didn't buy years ago.

    ClaireTTammiTrue
  • Sea Salt

    Hey Bean, I've also read some natural/holistic medical opinions that advise a tablespoon or so of a natural salt (pink, gray, whatev) for the sodium and other minerals, which can be hard to get elsewhere in your diet. Like fats, there are good salts and bad salts.

    It might be that salt is something you metabolize really quickly? Especially if you're working out a lot.

    I don't know much about Celtic sea salt, but I know WAY too much about Himalayan pink salt. Any salt you choose should have no anti-caking agents, no chemical cleaners or other ingredients. Himalayan Pink Salt is a "good salt." Pink salt has calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper, and iron (that's how it gets the pink color). Pink salt is just fossilized, dried-up marine water from about 200 million years ago. It is found in layers sometimes several feet thick, mined by the locals, and sold by them.

    Unfortunately regular sea salt is no longer an option as far as I'm concerned since the world's waterways have become so polluted.

    Lilly Richards
  • Sea Salt

    Himalayan pink salt is usually a lot less expensive than gray Celtic salt, and has 50+ minerals, so it's a good choice as far as I'm concerned. Widely available, too.

    Lilly Richards