Much of the salt sold in grocery stores has been processed and bleached with chemicals, hence its white color. This is done to lengthen its shelf-life and improve its appearance and consistency. Unfortunately, this processing removes crucial minerals and devitalizes the salt.* Dead, processed salt dehydrates cells and eventually leads to cell deaths. Real, natural salt, on the other hand, is pink, grey, purple and other colors because minerals are still a vibrant part of it.
Replace processed white salt with natural colorful salt today. Cook only with the colorful salts from now on.
*Margel, Douglas. The Nutrient-Dense Eating Plan. Basic Health Publications, 2005. 162.